Wednesday, July 25, 2012

2012 Catholic Writers' Guild Conference in Arlington, Texas

Last Saturday during the meeting of the Catholic Writers of St. Louis, our leader Denise Montgomery gave a brief overview of the Catholic Writers' Guild Conference, which will be held in Arlington, Texas August 29-31.

The focus of this year's conference will be on "writing and the new evangalization."

Some conference features include:
Workshops on marketing and writing
Pitch sessions
Group critiques
Publishers panels

Publishers include: Ignatius Press, Ave Maria Press, St. Anthony Messenger, Pauline Books and Media, and others.

Presenters will be: Patti Armstrong, Faher Andrew Apostoli, Ann Lewis, Claudia Volkman, and several more. Click here for more information on presenters.

Sadly, my schedule doesn't permit me to attend this year, but I hope to make it next year.

To find out more about the conference, contact Ann Lewis, President of the Catholic Writers' Guild at cwglivecon@catholicwritersguild.com

6 comments:

  1. Little known fact: I lived in Arlington, TX till I was seven.

    Well-known fact: It is EXTREMELY hot in Arlington, TX in August.

    Maybe next year it'll be someplace a little cooler? :-)

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    1. Hi Cathy,

      So, if you lived in Texas then moved to Georgia, does that make you a Lone Star Peach?

      I'm not sure about where the conference will be next year.

      And I think it's hot in August just about everywhere this year. Our expected temperature here in Missouri today is 107.

      Stay cool,
      Donna

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  2. Have you attended this conference before then, Donna?
    I am curious if you take St. Anthony's Messenger...one of last magazines with regular fiction!
    Oh, SO SO hot!!!!

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  3. Hope you make it next year. And by then, that it isn't cooler in hot Arlington than it is here.

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  4. Sounds like we're all feeling pretty hot, hot, hot!

    Pat
    Critter Alley

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  5. Don't you wish you could travel to all the conferences you wanted to?

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