By Jenny Kate, Director
Pikes Peak Writers marked their first conference 30 years ago. Yep, we’re turning 30 in April! At this conference, we’ll actually have an attendee who has attended every single conference since that first one. We’ll also have several PPW members who were around to help stand up that conference. I personally will mark twelve years since my first Pikes Peak Writers Conference. I haven’t lived in Colorado since 2013. That should tell you something.
People keep coming back for a reason. For me, it has been a rock for me to stay connected to some very talented, creative artists and to stay motivated in my own writing.
Are you on the fence?
In 30 years, we keep adapting to the ever-changing publishing world.
This year, we are offering tracks on publishing indie or traditional. You can pitch to an agent or editor, and you can talk to publicists like me who help authors from both paths of publishing.
Our conference is still considered one of the friendliest conferences around.
We keep comingback because it’s a welcoming environment for all genres, all publishing paths, all authors — in any stage of their careers.
We have workshops for every author in any stage of their careers.
Thursday’s Prequel session is held on April 26 with two 90-minute sessions in the morning and two more
From a set of workshops aimed at intermediate and advanced authors on memoir, planning, plotting,
research, and dialogue to another set of workshops aimed to help give aspiring authors everything they
need to create a novel,
Thursday’s session has a day of activities for every level of author.
If you need more convincing, Writers Digest called us one of the Top 10 Regional conferences in the
United States. And, what could be more fun than our theme: Wordstock 23: Three days of Peace, Love,
Come explore your inner author with us!
Check out all the details at https://conference.pikespeakwriters.org or feel free to email me anytime
with questions at email@example.com
I can’t wait to see you there!
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