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TWA Conference 2017

The Tallahassee Writers Association is pleased to announce that the Tallahassee Writers Conference 2017 has been scheduled for April 22, 2017. Early registration discounts are available so we urge you to purchase your tickets in advance and take advantage of this opportunity.


Shari Stauch (evening keynote) get ready for Lights, Camera, Author ACTION: Creative Uses of Video to Build Your Author Brand

Sea Chapman shares about Authorship as Entrepreneurship:Writing as a Career.

Jessica Burkhart (lunch keynote) brings her experience of completing her NaNoWriMo book TAKE THE REINS which went on to launch a 20-book series, CANTERWOOD CREST, which to date has over 1 million copies in print and is published in Portuguese, French and Polish. 

Lorin Oberweger teaches how to reach editors and agents through The Emotional Query.  She also addresses pacing in Holding the River: When to Create Narrative Traction and When to Let the Reader Fly.

Douglas Dandridge explains the importance of promotion in How to Get Reviews.

Katya Sabaroff Taylor shares Autobiography in a Nutshell.

Andrea Wenger encourages writers to add personality in Deep Characterizations Using Meyers-Briggs Personality Types and Strategies for Simplifying your Writing.

Deborah Malone entices with Mystery Writing 101 and getting your name out there in Nuts and Bolts of Marketing.

Vic DiGenti creates Changes in Latitude: Embrace Change to Cure Common Writing Problems and advises on atmosphere in The Suspense is Killing Me.

MJ Carlson is going to save you some time with his talk on Using Scrivener Effectively.

Ned Stuckey-French takes a trip into multi-media with Moving Words: Films, Videos, and Digital Essays and more with An Essayist's Guide to Family Life.

Saundra Kelley helps writers share their voice in Enhancing Story Telling in Writing


1700 North Monroe
Suite 11 PMB 138
Tallahassee, FL 32303 

Email:   ballisterb@comcast.net

Website: http://www.twaonline.org

The mission of Tallahassee Writers Association (TWA) is to support the literary arts by

 offering professional and novice writers education, connection, and encouragement. 

We are a 501(c)(3) organization that exists solely for literary, educational, and charitable purposes

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  TWA thanks Elizabeth & John Babski for their designs.

 Abundant thanks to TWA member Aron Myers, Ph.D. for the creation of the new TWA Logo


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