A Writers' Conference Blooms in Fallbrook
Join us for the first Fallbrook Writers' Conference
What is it?
Fallbrook Writers' Conference is a free, one-day conference for aspiring writers of fiction and narrative (creative) nonfiction. Sponsored by Fallbrook Library and Writers Read, the conference is made possible with the generous support of Friends of the Fallbrook Library.
When is it?
Sunday, September 16, 2018, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Where is it?
Fallbrook Library, 124 S. Mission Road, Fallbrook, California, 92028.
Who'll be there?
Some of our favorite Southern California authors and agents will share their experience and wisdom: memoirist Suzy Fincham-Gray, novelist Joye Johnson, novelist Siel Ju, novella and memoir author Sara Marchant, young adult and adult novelist Laura McNeal, novelist T. Jefferson Parker, and narrative nonfiction author Deanne Stillman, and agents Elise Capron and Jill Marr of the Sandra Dijkstra Literary Agency.
How do I sign up?
The free, online registration has begun. Visit the EventBrite link to register. (https://www.eventbrite.com/e/fallbrook-writers-conference-sept-16-2018-tickets-45323399508)
Download the schedule here.
There may be meeting location adjustments to accommodate presenter requirements.
Why should I attend?
Because you want to improve your writing.
Because you're determined to be published.
Because you'd love to have lunch with a favorite author.
Because you want an agent to fall in love with your project.
Because you're eager to commune with other writerly folk.
Because you hope to have a chat with that intriguing person who shows up at Writers Read occasionally.
Because you love books and you think you can write one.
Because you've heard the Fallbrook Library is rich with the work of local artists—and it has a green roof—and lots of books.
Because you're tired of the solitary life of a writer and you want to start a read-and-critique group.
Any other reasons you can think of? Please share in the comments.