We are less than three weeks away from the 20th Annual Pikes Peak Writers Conference. Are you ready?
PPWC is more than just sitting in workshop after workshop, passively absorbing information. It’s talking with other writers who are going through the same struggles you are. It’s networking. It’s meeting authors, editors, and agents and gaining valuable insights into the publishing world.
PPWC is also more than just another writer’s conference – it’s one of the top conferences in the country. Behind the scenes are dozens of hard-working volunteers who give countless hours of their time to ensure that you have the best conference experience possible.
Between now and the start of conference, we’ll be posting some articles from veteran conference-goers about how to get the most out of your conference experience. Whether you are a first-time attendee or one of our regulars, I’m sure you’ll find information you can use.
Not going to PPWC? No worries – we’ll also have articles from our regular contributors about writing and the writing life to keep you going.
Managing Editor, Writing from the Peak