When I was fresh on the writing scene, one of the first people I met in the League of Utah Writers was Jodi L. Milner. Jodi immediately impressed me with her enthusiasm and love for writing. While Jodi and I are no longer in the same writing chapter, we still see each other often at writing conferences and author events. She recently released a YA dark fantasy Stonebearer’s Betrayal, so this was the perfect opportunity to get together with Jodi and find out more about her writing process and her book.
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When I ask new writers if they are planning on attending an upcoming conference or not, I’m often taken by surprise when they say they’re not ready to attend writing conferences yet. Whether you are a new writer or a seasoned writer, here are 5 reasons why you should consider attending a writer’s conference.
The League of Utah Writers Spring Conference is just around the corner—less than two weeks away on April 8th, 2017 at the Taylorsville campus of Salt Lake Community College (4600 South Redwood Road, SLC, UT 84123).
We had an incredible turnout last year with amazing presenters and classes, and this year the league has expanded the classes, panels and presentations from twenty-five to thirty-five, giving attendees even more to choose from. Not only can you attend classes, but you can sign up for practice pitch sessions with agents as well manuscript critiques with experienced editors.
The cost for the Spring Conference is only $25 for League members and $50 for non-league. Because an annual membership to the league is only $25, joining now would be your best value! At the door price for the conference is $75.00.
Are you ready to join us? Click here to register.
Not quite sure? Click here to see the schedule.
Want to find out more about the League of Utah Writers and find your local chapter? Click here for the League’s website.