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I just got home from the American Fork Arts Council conference, where I spoke in the plenary session and then did four panels. I’m still alive! I didn’t throw up or anything.

I met loads of great new people and learned a few things about how conferences work. I’ve learned so much at these things over the years so it’s great to give back.

And next weekend…LDS Storymakers. Can’t wait!

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Fall in love with this quote:

As if you could kill time without injuring eternity.
~Henry David Thoreau

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Here’s some info on the writing conference I’m speaking for later this month.

 

 

LitOps for April 2011
The newsletter for Literary Opportunities in Utah

AMERICAN FORK ARTS COUNCIL ANNOUNCES

Spring Conference for Writers — April 29-30, 2011

(sponsored by the American Fork Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts)

 

Location: Historic City Hall, 31 N. Church Street (50 East), American Fork
Saturday, April 30,  9 a.m.- 4 p.m.
Featuring National and LDS Market Authors: Michael Knudsen, Dene Low, Margot Hovley, Sara Larson, Loraine Scott, Caleb Warnock, Editors and Authors from Cedar Fort Publishers, & more
Featuring classes on
– “What Every Writer Should Know: Ebooks”
– “Approaching Agents”
– “Outlining a Nonfiction Book”
– “Writing & Publishing Poetry”
– “Writing a Fiction Series”
– “Blog Success & Pitfalls”
– “Young Adult Fiction 2011”
– “Online Books Sales & Marketing”
– “Queries Live!”
– “Narrative Voice: The Key to Publishing”
– “Rewriting: Good Becomes Great”
– “Having Fun with Plot”
& many more!

Early registration $39 (after April 22, $49)
Register at www.AmericanForkArts.org

Lunch catered by Flour Girls & Dough Boys, about $9, payable Saturday morning

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As seen on Kate Hart:

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