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Award-winning and bestselling authors tell you how to get published in your favorite genre!

Want to know how to write a bestseller? Know how to write genre:
Writer's Digest Annual Conference
Register by August 11 for your best price!
  Mystery, horror, science fiction, women’s fiction. All consistently chart toppers across bestseller lists. All with devoted reader followings and plenty of opportunities for aspiring and published authors. And all given their well-deserved place in the spotlight at the Writer’s Digest Annual Conference this August 12-14 in New York City.

Take a look at some of the just-added speakers and sessions in the exciting Genre Studies track:
 
Jessica Strawser
Jessica Strawser
Emily Liebert
Emily Liebert
N.K. Jemisin
N.K. Jemisin
Libby Cudmore
Libby Cudmore
Reed Farrel Coleman
Reed Farrel Coleman
PANEL: The Craft and Business of Women's Fiction | Jessica Strawser, Brenda Janowitz, Emily Liebert and Sarah Domet

This panel examines challenges specific to writing women’s fiction, one of the hottest and most consistently successful literary genres. During the session you’ll find out what it took for each author to break through, what makes women’s fiction distinct and what is it agents and publishers are looking for. You’ll also have an opportunity to ask your own questions of the panelists.

PANEL: The Art (and Science) of Worldbuilding in Science Fiction and Fantasy | Including: N.K. Jemisin and Elizabeth Bear

Hugo Award winner N. K. Jemisin has joined this panel discussion about the unique challenges of writing speculative fiction. The people, places, and environments must all adhere to an internal logic, being both fantastic, yet believable at the same time. You’ll examine what special considerations are required when writing superior fantastic fiction and how to address those considerations properly, without limiting the power, impact, or pace of your story.

PANEL: “You Know My Methods, Watson" or: Secrets to Succeeding as a Mystery Writer | Libby Cudmore, Paula Munier, Reed Farrel Coleman, Jane K. Cleland

Death, deduction, red herrings, and clues all factor into what makes the mystery genre so exciting. During this panel, an exciting lineup of bestselling and award-winning mystery novelists will detail exactly what defines a good mystery, what unique considerations the genre may require of an author, and how to write one that attracts both industry pros and readers alike.
Brenda Janowitz
Brenda Janowitz
Sarah Domet
Sarah Domet
Elizabeth Bear
Elizabeth Bear
Paula Munier
Paula Munier
Jane K. Cleland
Jane K. Cleland
  The Genre Studies track is just one of your options this year, alongside Craft, Getting Published, The Business of Being an Author, and Platform & Promotion. Take any session across any track all weekend long and build the writing conference that’s right for you!

But hurry: Conference add-ons like the Pitch Slam and even discounted hotel rooms are going quickly. Now is the time to take the next step in your writing career. Register today!
 
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