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Writer's Digest Annual Conference July 31-August 2, 2015

  Hey fellow writers,

We're packing the house at the Writer's Digest Annual Conference in New York this July 31–August 2, and we want you to take up one of the final spots. To get a sneak peek at some of the valuable advice that'll be delivered at the conference, we're hosting a live Twitter chat this Tuesday, July 21, at 8:00 PM Eastern. Anyone and everyone can join in the chat. Here's how it will work:

 
  Starting at 8 PM Eastern, moderator Porter Anderson (@Porter_Anderson) will be joined by me, Brian Klems (@BrianKlems), Agent Jessica Sinsheimer (@jsinsheim) and Author KK Hendin (@KKHendin). We'll be answering writing questions, offering up tips and chatting about everything you can look forward to at the conference, including insiders' takes on the sessions you can't miss. Use the hashtags #MSWL and #WDC15 to follow along, join the conversation and say a virtual hello to some of your conference speakers.

Don't Delay.

Porter Anderson
Porter Anderson

Jessica Sinsheimer
Jessica Sinsheimer
 
  While this Twitter chat is open to everyone, seats at the conference are going fast. The conference price will go up after July 30, so you'll want to register as soon as possible. If you haven't yet made your plans, now is the time to commit!

Again, please join me and my writing friends on Twitter this Tuesday evening, using the hashtags #MSWL and #WDC15.

We'll see you online, but we really can't wait to meet you in New York.

 
 
Brian Klems

Brian A. Klems
Online Editor, Writer's Digest
Author of OH BOY, YOU'RE HAVING A GIRL: A DAD'S SURVIVAL GUIDE TO RAISING DAUGHTERS


 
  PS: Want to know more about the folks involved in the live Twitter chat (and what #MSWL stands for)? Visit my blog for the details by clicking here.

 
       

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