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La Jolla Writer's Conference LogoThe 16th annual LaJolla Writer’s Conference is coming up on November 11-13th. At the August meeting, Antoinette Kuritz, Conference Organizer, offered SDWEG members receive a $60 discount.  Many members picked up forms at the meeting where Antoinette Kuritz presented.  Those who did not pick up a form can still take advantage of the discount by registering online or calling to register:

Register Online:         www.lajollawritersconference.com/special (contact sandiegowriterseditorsguild@gmail.com for the password).

Call:  858-467-1978

Please note that the following information was not confirmed at the time Antoinette presented.

Every year the organizers try to bring something new and special to the LJWC, and this year it is Grace Doyle. Grace is the Editorial Director of Thomas & Mercer, an imprint of Amazon Publishing.

For your members who would like to explore being published by Thomas & Mercer, Grace Doyle will be in conversation with Author Andrew Peterson during the Saturday afternoon keynote.  She will also be conducting read and critique workshops and will be  fielding pitches in the seven-minute pitches at the sixteenth annual La Jolla Writers Conference, November 11-13, 2016, in La Jolla, CA. (www.lajollawritersconference.com or 858-467-1978).

About the 16th Annual LaJolla Writer’s Conference, November 11-13, 2016

Founded as a labor of love, the La Jolla Writer’s Conference is one of the most intensive writer’s conferences in the country. The hand-picked, all volunteer faculty includes multiple New York Times bestselling authors to nationally recognized agents, editors, publishers, and media experts. The conference offers writers of all levels the opportunity to learn more about the art, craft, and business of writing in one of the most intimate settings possible.  Dedicated to fostering great relationships, the La Jolla Writer’s Conference has welcomed attendees from more than 43 states and 4 countries.  Named by Writers Digest as “one of the 84 conferences worth your money,” this gathering is a non-commercial learning place, with no up-sell, and a maximum of 200 attendees.  Your only additional cost is lodging and any books that you choose to purchase.