Fortunately Wrong

We love to hear success stories. To see how people achieve that next level is truly inspiring. Our next success story comes from a member of our very own DFW Writers’ Workshop (the sponsor for the conference). For this, we decided to let Dave tell his own story. “Sometimes a game takes an unexpected turn,…

No finished manuscript? Consider a consultation.

There may be a bit of misperception out there that writers’ conferences are all about pitching a finished manuscript to an agent, and that if you don’t have a finished manuscript, there is no reason to attend a conference. Not true! Conferences are about more than just pitch sessions. They are full of great classes…

A Collection of Tips

When Corey Wright and I proposed our idea for the “60 Tips in 60 Minutes” class at DFWCon, we were extremely excited about what it could be: a chance to draw on the collective knowledge of the attendees. With so many writers in the same place at the same time, it just seemed wrong to not…

A DFWCON Story by Vance Pumphrey

The 2013 DFW Writers’ Conference is finally over and people are busy compiling notes, reflecting on the stuff the learned, and more important — writing. The staff of the DFWcon wanted to thank all the wonderful agents, editors, speakers, and attendees. We think the conference went well and everyone walked away with more motivation and…