Monday, October 5, 2009

The Muse Online Writers Conference

Registrations have closed for this year, but it’s something to think about for next year.

This year the workshops range from writing horror to writing for children. There are workshops for tightening your prose, marketing, blogging, and so much more. Many editors have also made it possible for the attendees to pitch their work to them in special pitch sessions. The editors and publications range from short stories to novel lengths. The conference lasts a week and is packed with great opportunities.

http://www.themuseonlinewritersconference.com/

Check it out and get ready for the conference of 2010.

The organizer, Lea Schizas, published author and award winning editor, works hard each year to bring writers this conference at no cost.

5 comments:

Terry W. Ervin II said...

Cher Green,

I've run across Lea Schizas a number fo times online and she's always struck me as pretty sharp, knowledgeable, friendly and helpful. A great list of things to be!

Cher Green said...

Yes, Lea is a wonderful person. On top of your descriptions, you can add energetic. I can't imagine doing all the things she does on a daily basis.

Tara said...

Hi, I saw your blog link on the Muse forums, so I thought I'd check it out. Lea does an amazing amount to organize this!

Lea Schizas - Author/Editor said...

Thank you, Cher, for promoting the conference. if only more writers can get past the fact it's free and probably won't offer helpful info then they would get a chance to see what they really are missing.

The thing is FREE doesn't always mean 'bs' especially not in the Muse Online Conference. We have REAL publishers, REAL agents, REAL editors who give a week of their time to help everyone out. And for that I thank them.

Once again, thank you for posting about the conference and being there this year.

Cher Green said...

Lea, You're very welcome. It's an honor to have you visit my blog. I look forward to next year's conference.

 
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