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NEW: Let's daydream about summer. Announcing WD's latest speakers!

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NEW: Let's daydream about summer. Announcing WD's latest speakers!
Writer's Digest Annual Conference
Hurry—your best price ends January 31!
  Sure, summer feels a long way away right now, but at (admittedly snow-covered) Writer’s Digest, the excitement just keeps building for this August’s Writer’s Digest Annual Conference in New York City.

And if the excitement has gotten to you, too, there’s no better time to commit to your writing career. You only have days left (until January 31 to be exact) to lock in your best price on this personally and professionally defining event.

Reconnect with your craft with the help of mentors like these:
  Catherine McKenzie is an Amazon bestselling author of popular fiction who has captivated readers with her absorbing characters, engrossing storytelling and unflinching treatment of love, loss, forgiveness and redemption. Her most recent novel, Smoke, was named an Amazon Best Book of the Year in 2015.  
  Brenda Janowitz is the author of five novels, including Recipe for a Happy Life and the forthcoming The Dinner Party (St. Martin’s). Her work has also appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, Salon, Publisher’s Weekly, Hello Giggles, Writer’s Digest, and xojane among others.  
  Matthew Quinn Martin is a successful screenwriter (Slingshot) and author of the chilling Nightlife series of horror novels, including Nightlife, Nightlife: As the Worm Turns, and Nightlife: Hazardous Materials.  
  New speakers are being added to the roster each day and the final program is taking shape. If you’ve been before, you know that this is an event not to be missed. The connections, the advice, the inspiration buoy your work all year long. And if you’ve never been? Consider this the signal you’ve been waiting for.

August will be here soon enough. Meet it in New York this year.

Register by January 31 for your best price.


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