Monday, February 16, 2009

California Crime Writers Conference 2009

Here's a writers conference in June, taking place in Pasadena. (I'll be on a panel talking about getting writing done in 15 minute blips.) Should be good!

Best-selling authors Robert Crais and Laurie King will be the keynote speakers for the inaugural California Crime Writers Conference, cosponsored by the Los Angeles chapter of Sisters in Crime and the Southern California chapter of MWA on June 13-14, 2009 at The Hilton Pasadena.

The two-day event will include an agents reception, forensics track, craft workshops, query and synopsis seminars, manuscript consultations, and classes for established authors on book contracts, e-publishing, presentation tips, online marketing information, and film/television opportunities.

Confirmed agents include Jill Marsal of Sandra Dijkstra Literary Agency, Irene Webb of Irene Webb Literary, and Timothy Wager of Davis Wager Agency. Faculty members include award-winning and best-selling authors such as Gayle Lynds, Jerrilyn Farmer, Jan Burke and Christopher Rice, while other experts featured are LAPD detectives, intellectual property attorney Jonathan Kirsch, and publicist Kim-from-L.A.

Early registration is $265 through February 28. For more information, click here.

1 comment:

GutsyWriter said...

Wish I wrote crime novels, but I shall send it to a blogger friend:
Crimogenic. I look forward to seeing you at Literary Orange on April 4th. GWW is going well, now that we're in our 3rd week. Thaks for recommending it.