The #5 reason to attend the 2010 Pennwriters Conference: top-notch workshop teachers.
We've invited a long list of well-published authors, well-known agents, and highly qualified editors to teach the 35-plus one-hour workshops that will be held during the conference.
Some of the names you'll recognize as Published Penns:
- Martha Johnson (Marta Perry) has written for Steeple Hill's Love Inspired for years and just signed a three-book contract with Berkley for her Pleasant Valley Amish series
- Jonathan Maberry is following up his success with Patient Zero with book two of his Joe Ledger series
- New York Times Bestselling Author Maria V. Snyder is a graduate of Seton Hill's Writing Popular Fiction program and is writing her second series of fantasy books for MIRA
- Loree Lough continues to write romance for Summerside Press
- Cyn Balog joins us after writing her debut YA fantasy for Delacourte
- Timons Esaias is adjunct faculty at Seton Hill in the Writing Popular Fiction MFA program
Our guest authors are:
- Donna Fletcher now writes romance for Avon and has 18 novels to her name
- CJ Lyons writes medical thrillers for Berkley
- Ramona DeFelice Long is a professional writing coach and writes short stories and nonfiction
- Pam Jenoff writes historical fiction for MIRA
We've also invited a handful of industry professionals: Barbara Lalicki, David Pomerico, and Leis Pederson are editors; Jenny Bent, Janet Reid, Jennifer Jackson, Miriam Kriss, and Alex Glass are literary agents; Nancy Daversa is an executive producer for a local television station in Philadelphia, and Anita Nolan edits Sprouts for the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators.
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2010 Pennwriters Conference
May 14 – 16, 2010
Eden Resort, Lancaster, PA
Ayleen Stellhorn, conference coordinator