Writers: are you going to PNWA?

The logo for the Pacific Northwest Writers AssociationA lot of local authors make their home in the library, and we don’t blame them.  We’ve got a relaxing environment, contact information for every publisher you could possibly think of, and books filled with writing tips.

However, all you authors might want to consider spending your time in Seattle this weekend, because the Pacific Northwest Writers Association (PNWA) will be throwing a fantastic conference.  It will be great for several reasons:

  1. Authors will have the chance to pitch their books to literary agents and editors in person, rather than sending in an email or a letter with (maybe) a few pages of their book. As you can imagine, agents gets thousands of these query letters every week; pitching it in person is an opportunity not to be missed.
  2. There will be lots of other authors, many published, that unpublished authors can rub elbows with.  It will be a great chance to make friends and important connections.
  3. There are tons of workshops scheduled to help even the most seasoned writer hone their craft.
  4. PNWA is regarded as one of the best writers conferences in the country.  Even though it’s on the pricey side (about $600), it saves on traveling fees by being in our own backyard; most of the other big conferences are on the east coast.

So, authors, will any of you be at PNWA?  If so, be sure to tell us all about it when you get back!

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