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One-of-a-kind event for science fiction and fantasy writers!

2nd Annual Sci-Fi Online Writing Conference
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2nd Annual Science Fiction & Fantasy Writing Online Conference
Writer's Digest University is pleased to present a one-of-a-kind online event for science fiction and fantasy writers! On June 25th and 26th, our 2nd Annual Science Fiction & Fantasy Online Writing Conference will provide expert insights from seven award-winning and best-selling authors on the finer points of how to write within the science fiction and fantasy genres. Spend the weekend learning techniques for honing your craft from seven different published authors*, then (if you choose) pitch your novel via query letter to a literary agent specifically looking for material in these genres. The agent will provide you with a personalized critique of your query - and maybe ask to see more.

Experience the education, camaraderie, and opportunities provided by a live writing conference without ever having to leave your home!
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SEVEN all-new, one-hour webinar presentations provided by award-winning and bestselling science fiction and fantasy authors*, all examining different aspects of writing novels in these genres. Each session will include an opportunity for live Q&A with the authors!
A critique (with written feedback) of your query letter from an agent with experience in the science fiction and fantasy genres.
A bonus 90-minute On Demand webinar covering how to write a query letter so you're prepared when pitching your novel to agents. (A $79.99 value!)
The ability to network with fellow science fiction and fantasy writers via discussion boards that will be open throughout the weekend. Share ideas, and even your work if you choose.
Unlimited OnDemand viewing! All conference sessions will be made available for download in the week following the live presentations. Even if you can't attend every session live, you will be able to view each lecture on your own whenever you choose.

*Our craft-focused conference schedule is designed to provide the kind of education that all science fiction and fantasy writers can use to take their work to the next level. The following sessions are confirmed for the event.

Small Press, Big Five, or Self-Publishing: Choosing the Best Path for Your Science Fiction and Fantasy Novel
Presenter: Michael J. Sullivan
In this session, Michael J. Sullivan, veteran of all three publishing paths, will discuss the pros and cons of each, and how to determine which is the best for you. He'll cover everything from traditional publishing contract clauses to look out for, and what it takes to successfully self-publish.

Worldbuilding: Creating Your Own Unique World
Presenter: Stephen Leigh
Learn the craftwork necessary to construct a fictional world that not only fits the needs of the story, but feels genuine and realistic to the reader.

The Top 5 Mistakes to Avoid When Writing Fantasy and Science Fiction
Presenter: K.M. Weiland
The best way to get your speculative novel right is to first know how to avoid getting it wrong. In this 60-minute session, award-winning fantasy author K.M. Weiland shares the top five mistakes authors make in creating their speculative worlds and building their stories.

Raising the Stakes: How to Keep Readers Hooked on a Series
Presenter: Jeff Wheeler
This class will discuss how to increase the sense of jeopardy and conflict in a story that will make your characters more interesting, the plot more riveting, your villains more menacing, and the setting more intense-while influencing your readers to delay putting the book down in order to read just "one more chapter!"

The Secrets to Steampunk: Getting Published in Today's Most Unique Science Fiction & Fantasy Genre
Presenter: Tee Morris
Learn from recent works what steampunk has become, find out what makes steampunk different from other science fiction, and finally look at the commercial value and publishing options of the genre.

Crafting Compelling, Three-Dimensional Female Characters in Science Fiction & Fantasy
Presenter: Pip Ballantine
The days of cardboard cut-out women in genre are long gone. Learn how to give your readers the kind of female characters that will keep them turning those pages, wanting to share in their journey.

First, the Dragon Attacks: Writing Gripping Opening Scenes in Science Fiction and Fantasy
Presenter: Philip Athans
You have one chance to make a first impression, so learn how to make that opening paragraph count! In this session, you'll learn the qualities of a gripping first sentence and paragraph, the principal of in media res, and how to keep your readers engaged by recognizing what they need to know in the moment.

Pitch Your Science Fiction or Fantasy Novel to a Literary Agent

Join us for the live event and have a chance to get written feedback on your query letter from a literary agent who works with science fiction and fantasy authors. Participating agents include Kurestin Armada (P.S. Literary), Moe Ferrara (BookEnds Literary Agency), Jennie Goloboy (Red Sofa Literary), and Lane Heymont (The Seymour Agency).

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