Archive for the ‘Conferences’ Category

I attended the 59th annual Pacific Northwest Writers Association conference over the weekend in Seattle. Since I moved to the city, I try to be active in PNWA and help out during the conference. A great way to meet writers and others in the book biz. For the third year I helped out with the […]

We’re in the middle of the June blues in Seattle as the weather toys with us–one day clear and sunny with mountain views, the next overcast and glooming. But July is only a couple of weeks away, promising the usual awesome Pacific Northwest summer of clear days in the 70’s and 80’s and of course, […]

I’ve been featured on the Writers League of Texas blog to promote their literary contest. A sci-fi manuscript of mine, SHAPER, won in the sci-fi/fantasy category and the first Nick Sibelius novel, TOXIC RELATIONSHIP, was a finalist in the 2011 contest. Check it out.  

I’m getting ready to attend the Northwest Pacific Writers Association Conference in Seattle this week. The first conference I attended was the Texas Writers’ League in Austin. While I can turn on the extrovert (I was a consultant for 20+ years, afterall) I have never enjoyed going to a big gathering of people to network. […]

I just got back from the Pacific Northwest Writers Association. “Just got back” is a bit of a stretch, since the conference happened in Seattle, just a quick twenty minute commute from my house. ¬†Writers gravitate to these conferences for a number of reasons: to see colleagues and be with other writers, to attend workshops […]