Need Individual Help with your Writing Project?
Get published this year! Help is available at the Montrose Christian Writers Conference July 17th-22nd
with three different work-in-progress sessions:
WORK-IN-PROGRESS SEMINARS (LIMIT 8 CONFEREES EACH)
FROM GOOD TO BETTER TO BEST (FICTION)
HONING YOUR NONFICTION
1:30 – 2:15 Tuesday-Thursday
POETRY (EXAMINING WORKS IN PROGRESS)
What is a “work-in-progress?”
A work-in-progress seminar is designed specifically for a handful of writers at one time to revise a selected portion of their pieces in a private setting with the individual help of an award-winning author and with the critique of the other conferees in the class. The time spent is invaluable, helping each author polish that work and learn the skills needed to revise the rest of the work at home, thus making the manuscript more ready for publication. At Montrose this year, the WIPs are all limited to 8 conferees, who will work on their own manuscripts with the designated faculty member for several hours during the week.
Maybe this is the time you should register for one of the WIPs, dust off that old manuscript, and get serious about getting it published. You could have a book manuscript or a poem or two that an editor just might to be looking for.
Please check http://www.montrosebible.org/OurEvents/tabid/113/page_550/1/eventid_550/58/Default.aspx for all the details, including a registration form.
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