2016 WWAAY Fall Conference for Women Writers

. September 27, 2016.
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Women Writers of Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti (or WWAAY) is a local group of like-minded individuals working together to encourage women to write, network and, eventually,  to be published. All of those goals will be front and center during the 2016 WWAAY Fall Conference. Women interested in improving their writing skills can attend workshops devoted to young adult writing, poetry and more. Instructional seminars will include how to market a book on social media and how to catch an agent or publisher’s eye with a professional manuscript.

For information and to register, visit wwaay.com.

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