The winners of the writing contest have been announced. The theme of this year’s contest was “The Gift.” Congratulations to the winners.
First Place: “Taxonomy” by Andy Michael Miller
Second Place: “It’s a Gift” by Martha Althauser
Third Place: “The Red Purse” by Marilyn Murphree
First Place: “Caged Admiration” by Alexia Rodriguez
Second Place: “The Loving Seamstress” by Alexia Rodriguez
Third Place: “Chalice of Secrets” by Alexia Rodriguez
It is with great sadness that we have to announce the cancellation of the Southeast Ohio Writers Conference. Simply put, we didn’t have enough registrations to cover the cost of the event. It’s unfortunate, but it happens. I know many were looking forward to it, me included. We had a great lineup of speakers and sessions for every type of writer. Thank you to everyone who expressed interest in the conference or helped with the organization of it.
It’s almost time for the Southeast Ohio Writing Conference. Don’t forget to register using our handy, dandy online registration form or, if you prefer, download a form, fill it out, and send in! It’s that easy. 🙂
We also still have spots available for our manuscript pitch sessions with Kelly Quinn (Assistant Editor at Tor Books) and James O. Barnes (Managing Editor at Loconeal Publishing). Those sessions are filling up fast, though, so get registered soon!
The writing contest submission deadline has passed. Thank you to all who have entered. We will announce the winners at our conference on October 5.
Registration is officially open for the conference!
We are offering two ways to register and pay this year. The first one allows you to register online using our Google submission form; the second method is the traditional paper/postal mail form. Likewise, you can also pay for your conference fee via PayPal or through postal mail. Please go to the Registration Information page under the Conference Info heading for details.
See you in October! 🙂
All but two of our current session offerings have been updated with titles and descriptions. I will be adding a separate page in the near future detailing the specifics for the pitch sessions.
Hopefully, if all goes well this weekend, I will have the registration form finished and ready by early next week. You will be able to register electronically or download a paper copy from the site and mail it in.
I’m getting excited for this year’s conference. Are you? 🙂
Kelly Quinn’s, TOR Editor, areas of interest are in terms of genres, adult and middle grade SF (esp. far future and space opera) and fantasy (contemporary, historical, epic, but not so much urban fantasy).