Workshops, Conferences, and Contests

Check out the following links for up-to-date writing conference information:

 

Contests

The Tulsa NightWriters Club is holding a mini-conference on November 5, 2016. Please visit our mini-conference page on this website for details.  Part of the conference will be a flash writing contest for paid members of the TNWC only. Although the conference will be open to the public, the writing contest is not.  Please click on the following link for details.

Guidelines for Flash Writing Contest – November 5th

Special note:  We previously announced the winners of the Flash Writing Contest would be announced and awarded at the mini-conference on November 5th. However, due to unexpected time restraints, the winners and awards will be announced at our November meeting on November 15th.

Writer’s Relief List of Writing Contests

About.com Current List of Writing Contests

The Writer Writing Contest List

Know of any local classes, workshops? A hidden conference gem? Please let us know by posting in the comments.

Happy Writing!

3 Responses to Workshops, Conferences, and Contests

  1. STOP THE HEAD HOP writing workshop – this Saturday (June 27, 2015).

    If you have trouble staying in one person’s head when writing, this workshop is what you’re looking for. Learn to identify awkward shifts and how to make the change to someone else’s head, when necessary. There will be informative discussion and practice. Each participant will also take home a workbook with helpful pointers and reminders.

    Sign up early. Attendance is limited. Only $20 per person.

    This workshop is contracted through the City of Broken Arrow.

    For more information, visit the website at

    http://www.jespiddlin.com/designingtheworldwithwords/stoptheheadhop.html

  2. Saturday, August 22nd, 2015
    BELIEVABLE DIALOGUE workshop
    Believable Dialogue
    Sign up early. Attendance is limited. Only $20 per person.
    This workshop is contracted through the City of Broken Arrow.
    More info at http://jespiddlin.com/designingtheworldwithwords/believabledialogue.html

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