We’re down to two spaces in Pam Houston’s fiction workshop (July 15-22, 2012) and one space for Cheryl Strayed’s July 15-22 creative nonfiction workshop.
We’re also now accepting registration for the Conference’s afternoon-workshop lineup; these classes feature a wide range of topics in fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and cross-genre offerings. These drop-in workshops range in tuition from $50 to $275, depending on how many you want to do each week.
Remember that the 2012 Writers’ Conference will happen in back-to-back weeks. You can come for either week–or for both weeks. We also have a four-day-only class in short fiction being led by Sam Ligon the weekend of July 12-15. Many fiction writers are signing up for that class, and then sticking around the second week and taking a different fiction class to create a ten-day experience for themselves.