2nd Annual Writing Conference
Writing in the 21st Century
Past, Present, Future
Throughout history, the concept of writing has changed to accommodate a dominant technological society. This has had an impact on the way adults communicate, collaborate, and write. For productive progression, writers must be familiar with how to market effectively with social media tools, be effective in business writing in the working environment, recognize personal goals related to their craft of writing and special topics of interests. Effective writers accept the past, enjoy the present, and plan for the future.
Personal Growth and Development
Marketing and Social Media
Craft of Writing
Special Rates with Hilton Garden Inn, conference host for 89 dollars a night with breakfast. Visit website for details.
Early Bird Registration is from February 10 to July 10, 2016. General Registration cost is 70.75 after July 10 and at the conference. Registration includes lunch and the conference book. Lunch menu includes, Sliced Ham, Sliced Turkey Breast, Shaved Roast Beef, With Swiss, Cheddar, and Colby/Monterey Cheeses, Sliced Tomato, Lettuce, Onion and Deli Pickles, Ranch Style Pasta Salad, chips and Deli Pickle, All served on fresh Hoagie Rolls with condiments, Includes coffee, iced tea, water and chef choice dessert Visit our website for hotel accommodations reservation.
When & Where
CW Board of Directors
CW is a community-based non-profit organization for diverse writers and was inspired by The Carnegie Writers' Group, founded in August of 2013 by Oluwakemi Elufiede. The mission is to advance education, encourage collaboration, and provide resources for writers. The vision is to encourage writers by providing positive and productive support for a successful writing experience based on personal writing goals.
We educate through writers’ workshop, guest presentations, conferences and providing writing resources.
We write through power writing, progressive stories, and publications.
We collaborate through group meetings, writing events, collaborative writing, and professional conferences.