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Pulitzer Prize-Winner Jane Smiley to speak at WD Novel Writing Conference!

Pulitzer Prize-Winner Jane Smiley to speak at WD Novel Writing Conference!
Writer's Digest Novel Writing Conference | October 28-30 | Los Angeles
Register by June 6 for your best rate!
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Writer’s Digest is excited to announce that New York Times bestselling author Jane Smiley will be the central keynote speaker at the brand-new Writer’s Digest Novel Writing Conference in Los Angeles this October 28–30.


Jane Smiley is the author of numerous novels, including A Thousand Acres, which was awarded the Pulitzer Prize in 1992, and most recently, Some Luck, Early Warning and Golden Age, which comprise The Last Hundred Years trilogy. She is also the author of five works of nonfiction—including 13 Ways of Looking at the Novel, a literary tribute to fiction writing that invites readers along on her mission to read and reread 100 classic novels, examining her own process along the way—and a series of books for young adults.


Books by Jane Smiley


The Novel Writing Conference is designed to give you a comprehensive overview of what it takes to write a page-turning, agent-attracting novel. Build your perfect weekend by customizing the program that you need. Each hour, you’ll choose your ideal session from specialized tracks, including Craft, Character, Revision and many more.

Don’t miss this chance to build your best book from the ground up—and a little Pulitzer Prize-winning, New York Times bestselling inspiration can’t hurt.

Join your writing peers in Los Angeles this fall. Hurry—your best price is only available until June 6.

Register today!



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