Writers at Work

2014 Writers@Work ConferenceAs a board member of Writers@Work, I have the good fortune to work with writers both famous and unknown almost every day. Then five days each spring about seventy of us gather high in the canyon at Alta Lodge, Utah, and hone our craft, make new friends, share meals, read each other’s work, meet with editors and publishers, and literally explore new worlds together. These are always among the best days of the year. The 2014 Writers@Work Conference (June 4-8) promises to be one of best gatherings yet. 

In the weeks ahead we’ll be posting interviews with our Workshop FacultyConsulting Faculty, and Fellowship Winners.

I thought you would enjoy these these interviews so far:

Molly SpencerMolly Spencer (winner of the poetry fellowship)

 

 

 

 

Mary CraigMary Craig (winner of non-fiction fellowship)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Emma HeadshotEmma Komlos-Hrobsky (editor at Tin House)

 

 

 

 

 

 

michael-martone-black-and-white1Michael Martone (leader of multi-genre workshop),

 

 

 

 

 

 

EllenBassbyIrene-Young200pxwEllen Bass (leader of poetry workshop),

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rachel Weaver 2Rachel Weaver (visiting writer, her new novel, Point of Direction, made the top-ten Oprah list)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lawrence CoatesLawrence Coates (leader of fiction workshop)

 

 

 

 

mike_mclaneMichael McLane (editor of Sugar House Review)

 

 

 

Klancy and JoanJoan Coles and Klancy de Nevers (Writers@Work veterans and patron saints).

Join us for the 2014 Writers@Work Conference in Alta, Utah, June 4 – 8, 2014. Click here to register online. If you prefer to mail in your registration, download the form here.

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About slcantwell25

A writer focused on the transforming power of memory, autism, parenting, and the ways we know what we know.
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