The Writer

Santa Barbara Writers Conference

Gorgeous beaches. Stunning mountain trails. Legendary taquerias and farmers markets and elegant outdoor shopping plazas…Santa Barbara, California, has it all, and attendees at the city’s annual writers’ conference in June enjoy six days of exploration both in- and outside the classroom.

The conference, founded in 1972, offers workshops and panels and evening keynotes by prestigious authors, plus manuscript consultations and agent meetings and a poolside cocktail reception. It’s a small conference, with just 200 attendees, and director Grace Rachow watches

Estás leyendo una vista previa, regístrate para leer más.

Intereses relacionados

Más de The Writer

The Writer4 min. leídos
Bouchercon World Mystery Convention
Anthony Boucher (1911-1968) demonstrated such an allegiance to mystery fiction writers as an author, editor, and critic that after his death, colleagues founded an annual international mystery convention and named it “Bouchercon” in his honor. Now in
The Writer3 min. leídos
Freefall
Once upon a time, I was a child prodigy of bad fiction. And I mean bad fiction. Awful, wretched, bore-you-to-tears fiction. My characters were all jaw-droppingly beautiful, with waist-length hair, striking features, and the personality of limp cardbo
The Writer7 min. leídos
Words As medicine
It’s early morning in San Francisco’s Tenderloin District, misty and cold. Hypodermic needles and food wrappers litter the streets. Two men in ragged clothing scream at each other on a corner across from an outdoor vegetable market, and one flashes a