The Northeast Texas Writers Organization (NETWO) will host its annual spring writers conference on Saturday, April 6, 2019 at Northeast Texas Community College in Mt. Pleasant. The one day event will feature presenters from various fields of writing and publishing as well as a short story contest.
Among the presenters are award-winning daytime personality Brad Maule, multi-published author of YA Fiction, Kathleen Baldwin and rural fantasy author, Arianne “Tex” Thompson. Additional talented professionals include Editor Steve Townley, Attorney and Author, Stephen Woodfin and Marketing Expert, Paul Roberson. Topics will include screenwriting, publishing, motivation, cover art and marketing.
Cost of the workshop is $55 for members, $75 for non-members and $80 to join the group and attend the conference. Fee includes a box lunch and snacks. Registrations will be accepted at the door. However, lunch will not be guaranteed for those.
For full schedule or to register, visit their website at www.netwo.org/conferences . For more information on the Jory Sherman Short Story Contest, visit the website at http://www.netwo.org/contest
Founded in 1985, NETWO’s mission is to offer writers of all genres and skill levels support and encouragement as well as avenues to advance their career by providing workshops such as this and programs at their monthly meetings. Meetings are held on the second Thursday of each month beginning at 6 p.m. in Mt. Pleasant. An open critique session is held prior to each meeting. For more information on the conference or the meetings, phone 903-305-8023 or 903-563-1352.