Besides going to hear the keynote speakers and meeting awesome agents and editors, why else do people come to a writers’ conference? The classes, the panels, and the workshops. The 2013 DFW Writers’ Conference is going to have all of that and more.
We’ve started posting articles on this site about our speakers and the classes they will teach. To find them, click on the “Speakers” category on the right side of the screen. Check back often for more updates. The preliminary schedule is located below. Note that this schedule will change, so check back often. A final printed schedule will be available with the program we give you when you arrive.
Here is the schedule as it currently stands. All classes are either one hour or an hour and a half. Classes are staggered to reduce the demand on the facilities. If you plan to leave a class before it is over, please sit close to the door and exit quietly. When entering a class already in progress, please enter quietly and quickly find a seat.
The last schedule:
May 3, 2013: DFWCon Schedule ’13
Another with Times and Rooms: dfwcon_2013_classes_monitors
Below is a complete list of program descriptions. Some classes are still under final development, so some items on day 2 will be blank. We’ve tried to correct as many mistakes as possible, but there are bound to be a few. Please forgive our transgressions — or better yet, volunteer to help out next year.
Program Description Day 1: Program Descriptions Day 1
Program Description Day 2: Program Descriptions Day 2
All small group workshops are full. Watch twitter and Facebook on the chance that a seat opens up.
Registration for How to Make a e-Book workshop starts on 9:00am on Saturday April 13th.
Limited Seating Workshops:
All limited seating workshops are CLOSED:
Click here to learn more about the limited seating workshops.
Speculative Fiction: http://dfwspecfict.eventbrite.com
YA / MG: http://dfwyamg.eventbrite.com
Thriller / Suspense / Mystery: http://dfwtsm.eventbrite.com
Romance (no YA): http://dfwromance.eventbrite.com
How to Make an e-Book: http://dfwmakeebook.eventbrite.com
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