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Genre fiction is bigger than ever. But what does that mean for you?

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Genre fiction is bigger than ever. But what does that mean for you?
Explore your genre like never before!

It's an exciting time to be a writer—and an empowering one to write genre fiction. No longer does the term equate with being a marginalized voice in the writing world. Instead, mystery, sci-fi/fantasy and historical authors now increasingly find their work on the bestseller lists and lauded by critics. And that's why we've added the new Genre Studies track to the lineup at this year's Writer's Digest Annual Conference July 31 – August 2 in New York City.

These sessions aren't dry "sit and get" experiences. Instead, you can expect exchanges with successful authors, interactive discussions with your peers and practical advice you can put to use as soon as you return home.

No matter what genre of fiction you write, you'll find tactical information here to develop your voice and move your career forward.

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Featured Genre Studies Sessions:

The Lincoln Letter

Historical Fiction: Making Fiction from Faces and Places | William Martin
In storytelling, research matters. This is especially true in historical fiction, in which a writer must create worlds that no longer exist. Or do they? William Martin will take you through his photographic research for The Lincoln Letter to demonstrate what he learns when he studies historical imagery. Along the way, he will explore larger research issues, discuss strategies for the use of primary sources, and demonstrate new ways of seeing the visual material that all historical novelists must study.

The Shadowed Sun Growing Your Iceberg: Crafting a Secondary World That Feels Ancient | N.K. Jemisin
A common adage is that writers should show only ten percent of their worldbuilding-but the other ninety percent has to be there, solid as an iceberg, in order for the world to feel "lived in". In this workshop, award-winning fantasy author N. K. Jemisin will guide you through the process of creating the planet, politics, and people of a complete and original secondary world, using principles that you can easily apply to creating your own.

And these are just a few of the sessions in the Genre Studies track. Mix and match from among the whole program to create your perfect writing weekend.

Genre fiction has an assured place on nearly every bookshelf. And Writer's Digest has a place saved for you. Join us this summer!


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