July 25-28, 2013 - Corte Madera, CA: 20th Annual Book Passage Mystery Writers Conference. Mystery writers learn all the clues to a successful writing career. Editors, agents, and publishers share with participants what they need to know to get published. Authors offer classes on setting, dialogue, suspense and point of view. Panels of detectives, forensic experts, and other crime-fighting professionals provide invaluable information that allows writers to put realism into their work.
The four-day Book Passage Mystery Writers Conference has a strong tradition of great authors and teachers. It covers everything mystery writers need—from developing ideas and writing skills to finding a publisher. Students work closely with mystery writers, agents, editors, and publishers as well as investigators and crime-fighting professionals.
The collegial atmosphere of this four-day conference attracts students and faculty from all over the country, many for repeat visits. Opportunities abound for faculty and students to talk, laugh, and exchange ideas in classes, workshops, panels, and informal lunches.
There are optional writing workshops taught by David Corbett and Hallie Ephron, on Thursday afternoon just prior to the Conference. They are available to participants for an additional fee. The Mystery Writers Conference is chaired by mystery writers Sheldon Siegel and Jacqueline Winspear.
Isabelle Allende, Matt Bayan, Cara Black, Rhys Bowen, Hallie Ephron, Elizabeth George and many more.
For more information or to register, contact Kathryn Petrocelli at 800-999-7909, ext. 239, or email email@example.com.
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