WINDSOR INTERNATIONAL WRITERS CONFERENCE 2016

May 5th to 8th, 2016

‘WRITING ACROSS BOUNDARIES’

JOIN US IN WINDSOR, ONTARIO, CANADA FOR AN INTENSE, FUN-FILLED WEEKEND OF WRITING!

Join us at the friendliest and liveliest writers’ conference around. You’ll have the chance to meet other writers, learn the craft of writing and tricks of the trade. We’ll explore the ethics of writing and how to tell a really good story. We’ll examine writing for minorities and cultures. Be inspired by the best of the best authors in the business. Oh, and we’ll have some publishers and agents hanging around, just in case you might want to meet them as well.

Who will be there? Some of the best, award-winning writers around!

HERE ARE JUST A FEW OF OUR KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

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Also available: Pre-conference intensive roundtables with two panel discussions and two sessions with peers, agent/and or publisher and editor.

What to expect? We start on Thursday with our popular pre-conference intensive roundtables with some of the best agents, publishers and editors around including Michelle Johnson, Christopher Rhodes, and Marty Gervais. We have eight agents and editors so far! Last year four writers found agents at this pre-conference and three are now published – an awesome track record!

There will be tons of schmoozing and networking with like-minded, passionate writers and people who can help advance a writing career. Panel discussions, keynote speakers, breakout sessions….and a lot of exciting surprises!

Here’s something to whet your appetite: We have a first class chef making some very interesting lunches and dinners for us. With 140 different country styles to choose from, you can bet it’s going to be divine!

I found the Windsor International Writers’ Conference thoughtful, inspiring, and immensely valuable. The presenting authors offered fascinating and intelligent insights into their personal experiences and creative processes. Editors and agents provided helpful suggestions. Opportunities for individual conversations abounded, and I benefitted from talking with many interesting people. Novels, screenplays, short stories, poetry, humor writing, children’s

Distinguished Professor, Rutgers University Author (with Jennifer T. Doherty) of The Mouse of Gold and The Fierce and Gentle Wolf