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Writer's Digest Annual Conference

Only one month until writing’s premier conference. Got your ticket?

For such a leisurely season, summer seems to move awfully fast. Today marks just one month until this year’s Writer’s Digest Annual Conference kicks off in New York City, but there’s still time for you to save your seat!

Here are our Top 5 reasons you should click that register button:


This speaker lineup. Learn from a roster of speakers deep in New York Times bestsellers, including Kwame Alexander, Emily St. John Mandel and David Baldacci!


The community. Let’s face it, most of the time, writing is solitary. So when you have the opportunity to vibe with, talk shop with, collaborate with your tribe, why pass that up?


WD does craft like nobody else. We don’t like to toot our own horn (but we appreciate it when past attendees toot it for us). Year in and year out, writers tell us that this conference is the most craft-intensive they attend. And it should be. It’s designed by writers, for writers.


The destination. We hope you’ll (soon) be a part of it (New York, New York). There’s a lot waiting for you here and not just the sights and sounds of the city. We think you’re going to love the new hotel and the fun activities we’ve got planned during the conference.


The time is now. Your best price is only available when you buy online before the conference kicks off.

Let us know when we can start spreading the news. See you in New York!


Get talking: #WDC16

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