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Ready to get your memoir published? This is what you need to know:
Register by July 30 for your best price!

Memoir is one of the fastest-growing segments of publishing today. It seems we are all hungry for one another's stories. But having a good story is only the beginning. You need to know how to tell it, sell it, and then how to get it in the hands of readers.

And at the Writer's Digest Annual Conference, you'll learn how to do just that—with the guidance of both a published memoirist and a literary agent, among many other notable mentors. And when you register by July 30, you'll get their help at the lowest price!

Join us in New York City this July 31 – August 2 and sit in on sessions like these:

  You Should Really Write a Book: How to Write, Sell, and Market Your Memoir | Regina Brooks, President, Serendipity Literary Agency LLC
Learn the three key steps you need to know to conceptualize, sell, and market your memoir! And you don't need to be a headliner to see your name on a cover; this session reveals why and how so many relatively unknown memoirists are making a name for themselves.
  From Me-More to Memoir: Crafting Real Life Stories | Rebecca McClanahan, Author, The Tribal Knot: A Memoir of Family, Community, and a Century of Change
Unlike autobiography, memoir "assumes the life and ignores most of it," wrote William Zinsser. Yet many writers struggle with what to include, what to exclude, and how to shape a life-based narrative that invites readers in. In this session, you'll get to do a bit of detective work: learn how to read your life for clues, select the most essential elements, and shape the material for your audience. Whether you are writing a personal or lyric essay, hybrid text, or book-length narrative, learn how to begin the journey.
It's your story—so take its success personally! There's no better time to invest in this trip. After all, it could be the start of your next chapter.

Register by July 30 to lock in the best deal!

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