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Writing's premier event is less than a month away!

Writing’s premier event is less than a month away!
Writer's Digest Annual Conference
Time is running out and seats are filling up—make your move fast!

Event: Writer’s Digest Annual Conference | August 12 – 14

Location: New York City | Hilton Midtown

DEADLINE: Save when you register online before August 12

As a writer, you understand that deadlines are a big deal, and missing the registration deadline for the Writer’s Digest Annual Conference means missing out on opportunities that could drastically reshape your writing career. Rewrite this tragedy before it even happens—reserve your seat today!

The WD Annual is known for nurturing and inspiring writers of all genres and career paths and it has spawned countless success stories. Whether you’re an established or aspiring writer, you simply can’t miss it! Here’s why:

  • Enjoy a packed speaker roster—featuring New York Times bestsellers Kwame Alexander, David Baldacci and Emily St. John Mandel —plus an extensive selection of the best sessions geared toward both the art and business of being a writer.
  • Spend 15 minutes with the literary agent of your choice and use the time to ask them anything! Get feedback on your pitch, discover business tips, and address your writing conundrums—the 15 minutes are yours! Add an Agent One-on-One meeting for just $99!
  • Mix and match your conference schedule to achieve the perfect balance of technique and business in the track of your choice! Targeted sessions allow you to concentrate on the specialized knowledge you crave. How will you customize your schedule?

Go ahead—indulge in your passion for writing! You’ll even save a nice chunk of change by registering online prior to the August 12 deadlineclaim your seat now!

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