Your Suggestions for Writers’ Conferences Near London

Please add to the list of conferences in the comments below.

You see, at a recent monthly meeting, someone had the bright idea to compile a list of  conferences for writers within a few hours of London.

First, it will help us know what opportunities there are in the area.

Second, if several of us are interested in the same conference, we might consider traveling there together.

So what conferences do you know about?

Add them in a comment below.

Once we gather a few, we might compile them into a permanent page on our website.

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3 Responses to Your Suggestions for Writers’ Conferences Near London

  1. Helga says:

    Some upcoming conferences for children’s writers:

    Highlights for Children annual workshop, July 16 – 23, 2011 in upstate New York. http://www.highlightsfoundation.org/pages/current/chautauqua_top.html.

    CANSCAIP, Packaging Your Imagination annual day of workshops in Toronto Nov 5, 2011. http://www.canscaip.org/content/packaging-your-imagination-page.

    SCBWI Fall Conference, October 15, 2011 in Ottawa.
    SCBWI Conference and Retreat, June 8 – 10, 2012 in Niagara Falls.
    http://www.scbwicanada.org/east/.

  2. Pat Brown says:

    Here are two places that online conferences. I’m not as familiar with the Writeoncon, but Savvy Authors is good. Their workshops are excellent. So are all the people involved. They’re having a 5 day workshop/conference onlie, It’s free for members (the membership is about $30 a year.

    The Writeoncon is free.

    Savvy Authors: http://www.savvyauthors.com/
    Writeoncon: http://writeoncon.com/?p=1995

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