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The Red Clay Writers Conference educates authors at all levels of expertise.
The 2010 Red Clay Writers Conference
The Red Clay Writers Conference educates authors at all levels of expertise.This year's theme is "Don't Ever Give Up." Keynote speakers are Robyn and Justin Spizman.
Kennesaw, GA, November 6, 2010—Don’t Ever Give Up. The 2010 Red Clay Writing Conference will share that powerful message with attendees, and based on success stories from previous events, this event is certainly the place for both the professional and creative writers to find support, learn great tips for writing, and network with other writers from around the state. “For me, Red Clay has become my "can't miss" annual writers' conference. It's not just how much I learn - and I always learn a lot; it's the opportunity to meet and network with the seminar leaders and fellow authors. If you want to sharpen your craft and keep up with the rapidly evolving writing industry, don't miss it! (J. Steve Miller, President, Legacy Educational Resources, Author of Enjoy Your Money! How to Make It, Save It, Invest It and Give It.)”…
Regardless of the genre, all writers are encouraged to attend this day-long event, Saturday, November 6, at the Kennesaw State University’s Student Center (University Room A). This gathering will look at all aspects of writing, from the process of writing to marketing that writing. The panels of professional writers and editors will inspire attendees to write from the heart, transforming their writer’s dream into reality.
The event will feature breakout sessions covering writing, publishing, editing, technology, and book marketing. In addition, participants will have the chance to hear two inspiring keynote speakers, mother and son duo, Robyn and Justin Spizman, co-authors of Don’t Ever Give Up: The Inspiration of Jimmy V. The Spizmans will share seven lesson writers can learn from the N.C. State Basketball coach who beat the odds by winning the 1993 NCAA Basketball Championship.
A partial list of speakers includes: National web editor of Skirt! Magazine and Get Married, Stephanie Davis; bestselling and 9 time award-winning young adult author, Gail Karwoski; and radio commentator and syndicated columnist for the Atlanta Magazine, Hollis Gillespie.
Both beginning and established writers are encouraged to attend this event. Early registration is $60 for members and $70 for the general public. Registration on the date of the event will be $80. Details and registration are available at http://www.georgiawriter.org or call 770-420-4736 for more details.