Ernest Hemingway wrote using paper, several number-two pencils, and a typewriter. Today, he’d be amazed and overwhelmed at the barrage of high-tech writing tools and applications at our disposal. What technology is out there today that can help you? Our panelists will talk about software, websites, apps, and gadgets that help them with a variety of writing activities such as keeping research notes, taking dictation, editing, preparing works for publication, and creating audiobooks.
Panelists: JD Jordan, Terra McVoy, John Adcox
Moderator: Alayna Tucker
2nd Annual Broadleaf Writers Conference
The 2nd Annual Broadleaf Writers Writers Conference will return September 23-24, 2017, at the Decatur Library in downtown Decatur, Georgia. Headlined by an all-star cast of talented writers, agents and editors, and educational sessions packed with insightful information and experience, our conference will offer you all that you need to refine and improve your craft, and get you on the road toward publication!
Attending a writing conference is an opportunity to invest in yourself as a writer, to learn from experts, and to become a part of a community of writers that inspire, uplift and support one another!
Registration for the 2017 Broadleaf Conference will open Saturday, April 1st! For information on registration, email Zachary Steele at firstname.lastname@example.org. Current members of Broadleaf Writers not only receive a discount on registration, but also have access to audio recordings from last year’s conference!
In addition to attending sessions, you will have the opportunity to schedule a five-minute one-on-one session with an agent. We’re in the process of adding our agents, so please check back with us soon for more information!
On Saturday, we will also be presenting a First Pages Critique featuring a panel of our confirmed literary agents. Once you have registered, be sure to submit your first page and take advantage of this fantastic opportunity to get your manuscript on the right path!