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Writer's Digest Novel Writing Conference | October 28-30 | Los Angeles
Best price when you register in advance!
We’re headed west this fall—and we’re taking some New York Times bestsellers with us.

Thanks to its 90-year literary history, Writer’s Digest is able to connect some of the biggest names and most respected authors directly with you. Want proof? Look no further than the speaker lineup at this October’s Writer’s Digest Novel Writing Conference in Los Angeles.

We’ve assembled a cheat sheet below so you can see the accolades received by this October’s speakers. The names and achievements are noteworthy, but what’s most important is what they can offer you. Take a look, but be sure to click on the author’s name—it’ll take you directly to the session they’re leading or a bit more about them:

New York Times bestsellers:
The Art of Racing in the Rain

Garth
Stein

The Art of Racing
in the Rain
A Density Of Souls

Christopher
Rice

Blind Fall, Light Before Day, The Snow Garden, A Density of Souls
A Thousand Acres

Jane
Smiley

A Thousand Acres (Winner of the 1992 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction)
Annihilation

Philip
Athans

Annihilation
Other notable accolades:
Rain Shadow

Cheryl
St. John

Multiple RITA nominations and Romantic Times awards
The Last Will of Moira Leahy

Therese
Walsh

RITA nomination (The Last Will of Moira Leahy)
Done on a Dime

David
Corbett

New York Times Notable Book (Done for a Dime)
How to Bake a Perfect Life

Barbara
O’Neal

Recipient of 7 RITA awards, two Colorado Book Awards
Darkness Bound

Larry
Brooks

USA Today bestseller
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