Scribbler’s Retreat Writers’ Conference

Scribblers’ Retreat Writers’ Conference
St. Simon’s Island, Georgia
May 12-14, 2011

Through the years, the abundant beauty of the Georgia coast has inspired artists of every stripe, including poets, novelists and playwrights. You too can find inspiration on this beautiful island while enjoying fellowship with other writers and students. During the two-day conference, ten world-class authors, editors, publishers and other literary professionals will impart their own wisdom in a classroom setting.  Each conference begins with an Opening Ceremonies Banquet Thursday evening and ends with an Evening with the Authors cocktail reception Saturday evening. An added bonus — I’ll be there! As you can see, I am one of the speakers.

Phillip Margolin – How to Write a Novel in Your Spare Time 

June Hall McCash – Writing Historical Fiction

Victor DiGenti – Revving Up Your Narrative Drive

Dr. Anya Silver – Writing Poetry: The Enchanted Craft

Denise Tompkins – Effective Query Letter Writing

Ricki Schultz – Online Presence-Building, Made Easy

Jane Wood – Schools, A Niche Market

Pat Bertram – Creating Incredible, but Credible, Characters

Chuck Barrett – Who’s Point of View is It Anyway? How Not to Confuse Your Reader

 www.scribblersretreatwritersconference.org
800-996-2904
King and Prince Beach & Golf Resort

6 Responses to “Scribbler’s Retreat Writers’ Conference”

  1. Carol Ann Hoel Says:

    Sounds delightful. I’m a 24 hour caregiver this season of my life, which means I cannot attend conferences. Blessings to you as you teach others your craft.

  2. joylene Says:

    Wish I lived closer. I’d definitely attend. What a great way to fellowship with likeminded people. Have a wonderful week, Pat.

    • Pat Bertram Says:

      I’m promoting the weekend because I told them I would, but it’s expensive, so I don’t really expect anyone to attend on my behalf. Still, it would have been fun to meet you after all these years.

  3. knightofswords Says:

    Have a good time, Pat.

    Malcolm


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