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You never know who you might meet at a WD event!

You never know who you might meet at a WD event!
Writer's Digest Annual Conference
Premium networking is only days away—don’t miss this!

Networking can be the single best thing you can do for your writing career. So why do so few of us do it? It’s time to change that. And we know the perfect place—the Writer’s Digest Annual Conference, coming to New York City August 12-14! All the in-depth sessions, bestselling speakers and, yes, the networking are all coming your way in a matter of days. Grab your seat now!

Past attendees have told us how much the informal meet-ups, hallway conversations and conference events have meant for their career. They've met agents, found writing partners and turned strangers into digital pen pals. Sometimes all you need is a little forward motion and encouragement before wonderful things start to happen.

So why not encourage some wonderful things to start happening in your writing career?

Networking is built right into the conference program, so it feels like the fun opportunity it is (and not the work it sometimes feels likes). The marquee opportunity happens on Saturday evening at the Cocktail Reception! Your fellow attendees—plus agents, editors and speakers—will all be enjoying some drinks and good conversation. Plus, you can browse exhibitor tables or get your book signed by your favorite speakers.

Confirmed book signings so far include: David Baldacci, Kwame Alexander, Emily St. John Mandel, Matt Kressel, Jane Cleland, Debbie Dadey, Donna Russo Morin , Richard Campbell, Hope Tarr, Grady Hendrix, Nicki Night , David Mack, C.P. Lesley and more to come!

Speakers with book signings

Plus, WD staff, including Jessica Strawser, Rachel Randall, Phil Sexton, Robert Lew Brewer and Chuck Sambuchino will all be onsite! Got questions for them? Bring ‘em!

Be sure not to miss Phil’s Orientation and Networking Tips presentation on Thursday night. It’ll arm you with at least ten practical tips to make sure you maximize your time and get the most out of your experience.

And in the lead up to the event, we'll be spilling the details about a few more exciting events we have in the works, so be sure to keep an eye on your inbox.

Finally, read about how a spontaneous meeting in the hotel hallway at a past WD conference led to an agent connecting with an author—and an author landing a deal!

Who will you run into at this year’s conference? There’s only one way to find out—register today!


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