Central Coast Writers Conference happening this week
Register today for courses happening Sept. 24-26
–It’s not too late to register for the 36th Annual Central Coast Writers Conference, taking place online Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, Sept. 24-26.
“We are so excited about this year’s conference,” said CCWC Executive Director Teri Bayus. “I’m just thrilled with the way our award-winning staff and volunteers have been working together to ensure this event – online for the first time in 2020 – will be just as terrific as ever. There’s still time to sign up, and we want to encourage everyone that may have put off registering for the conference to click on our website and do so today!”
The 2020 event, brought to you by Cuesta College, will be held via Zoom, and includes Master Classes on Thursday and a selection of more than 100 workshops on Friday and Saturday. Tracks include screenwriting, novel, beginners, poetry, business, and more. Keynote speakers this year are Christopher Moore, Jordan Rosenfeld, and Monica Piper.
“We have an outstanding lineup of presenters, and an exceptional amount of choices when it comes to offering workshops for writers of all levels,” said Bayus. “Whether you are a beginner, have years of experience, or just want to brush up on your writing skills, this is the conference for you. We want to see you succeed, and we want to see you at the 2020 Central Coast Writers Conference. Sign up today!”
The $225 registration fee includes a recorded copy of every class for all attendees. Scholarships are available.
Find details and registration forms at CentralCoastWritersConference.com. Contact Cuesta Community Programs at (805) 546-3100 ext. 2284 or Teri Bayus at email@example.com for more information.