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Join me and hundreds of your writing peers in NYC in just 10 days.
Writer's Digest Annual Conference July 31-August 2, 2015

  We're only a few days away to the kickoff of our Writer's Digest Annual Conference in NYC. It's already going to be the biggest event we've ever had and people are signing up in record numbers. I'm going to be there. Bestselling authors are going to be there. Agents are going to be there. Now I want to give you 10 reasons why you should be there.

10 Reasons to Attend the
2015 Writer's Digest Conference
1. To accumulate knowledge
Like any skill or profession, it's important to learn everything you can that will help forward your career. Whether it's writing better, understanding what literary agents want or how to navigate the difficult world of publishing, the Writer's Digest Conference is jam-packed with instruction and valuable take-away advice that can help make the difference between landing a book deal and not.

2. To network with others
It's a lot easier to connect with others when you meet them in person. That's why we pull together such a large group of authors, editors, and more.

3. To prove to yourself you are serious about your writing goals
Anyone can sit down and write. But it takes dedication and investment in yourself and to go from hobbyist to serious writer who strives to get published and share his or her work with the world. Invest in your career. You won't regret it.

4. To meet bestselling authors
The Writer's Digest Conference is packed with sessions from bestselling authors, including Jacqueline Woodson, Hallie Ephron, Susan Shapiro, William Martin and more. Get advice, get your book signed and get a chance to rub elbows with authors who have found success.

5. To meet agents
Don Maass, Janet Reid, Marisa A. Corvisiero—we've got some heavy-hitting agents coming to dish on what kind of books they are looking for and what kind of books can land big-time book deals.

6. To meet the staff of Writer's Digest
Our goal is always the same—to help you write better and get published. But remember, we're all writers too. And we enjoy talking shop. We'd love to meet you and hear about what sparked you to be a writer.

7. To be inspired in the publishing capital of the world
There's a reason we host our conference in New York City—it's the epicenter of publishing. Plus, there's so much to see and do that you can't help but be inspired.

8. To practice, practice, practice
Whether it's practicing your pitch or practicing your craft, our conference gives you an opportunity work on the skill (or skills) you want. There are different tracks of sessions so you can choose what suits your needs.

9. To have fun
How often can you attend an event that's makes you better prepared for your career and is a lot of fun? Make lasting friendships with other writers and visit some of the most historical literary sites in the world.

10. To advance your writing career
Many attendees at our writing conference have walked away with new hooks for their stories, a more solid understanding of what makes for a great book, and how to conquer the publishing world. Oh, and some even meet and connect with their future literary agent. At the bare minimum, every writer who attends our conference comes out more confident and ready to conquer the publishing world. That's our goal. Let us help you reach yours.

When all is said and done, it's not just our conference—it's your conference. You don't want to miss it. Oh, and one of the best reasons to make your plans now is that the price will go up onsite. Don't wait. Join us!

Brian Klems

Come. Learn. Have Fun. I'll see you there!

Brian A. Klems
Online Editor, Writer's Digest

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