2014 DFW Writer’s Conference

The DFW Writers’ Conference, sponsored by DFW Writers’ Workshop, has grown to be the premier writers’ conference in the southwest in just seven years. Our goal is to provide writers with an excellent conference at a reasonable price.  The 2014 conference will be held May 3rd and 4th, with pre-conference workshops on Friday, May 2nd, in Hurst, Texas.

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  1. How/when do we register for the critique workshops?

  2. I just signed up for the conference, but I could not find a place to sign up for an agent pitch. Is that open yet?

  3. I’ve been trying to follow the instructions to sign up for the workshops. No luck. Advice?

  4. Am I correct in thinking that Annie Nybo is the only editor/agent interested in hearing about incomplete manuscripts? She’s the only one with an asterisk next to her name on the registration page.

    • I still haven’t received the time and date for my agent pitch, yet. Also, if I find out that the two agents I requested are not accepting my genre, what should I do?

  5. It is 4/18/14 and I do not see any designation for the Agents or Editors that are willing to participate in a consultation in place of a pitch. When will that be available?

  6. When will we know the time of our pitch sessions?

  7. Fantastic job! The con went wonderfully, and all of the authors that I spoke to received great feedback on their pitch sessions! Classes were very informative, and as a first time attendee, I felt welcomed, rather than overwhelmed. Thanks for all your hard work!

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