Attend a Writing Conference for Free

Back in March, I told you about the Muse Online Writing Conference, a free week-long conference in October (If you haven't yet registered, do so before August 15th). Yesterday, I discovered another free online conference. This one is for writers of children's literature, or as the website states "rated MC-18 for characters 18 and under". It's called WriteOnCon, and it runs from August 10-12.

Started by seven young adult and middle grade authors, WriteOnCon will have everything you'd expect from a top-notch conference. From the website:
Keynote addresses, agent panels, and lectures will be presented as blogs, vlogs, moderated chats, webinars, podcasts, and livestreaming—check our amazing list of presenters to see who’s signed on. There will also be a critique forum, where participants can post query letters and first pages, to receive helpful feedback and comments from their peers and industry professionals. And, as if that weren’t exciting enough, there will also be daily contests, giving random winners everything from books to personalized critiques from agents.

 Though you can't register until July 1st, you can browse the website, check out the impressive list of presenters, and follow the latest news on Twitter and Facebook.

You won't have to take a day off, or shell out any money. So, who's going?

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