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Go There, Do That: Free Online Children’s Writing Conference August 14th & 15th

Okay, all you children’s writers out there, heads up! There’s still time to register for Write-On Con! The annual conference is now in it’s third year and it is completely free. No travel, no hotel costs, no airport food. Everything happens online.

How does it work? According to the site:

“During the conference, keynote addresses, agent panels, and lectures are presented as blogs, vlogs, moderated chats, webinars, podcasts, and livestreaming.”

You can also participate in the critique forum, win prizes, and more. Plus, the conference schedule is designed with working folks in mind, so you can get in on more of the fun.

Click here to register for Write-On Con. Or visit here to read more details about the free writing conference.

What are you waiting for?

Have you attended this conference in the past? Share your experiences with others by posting in the comments.

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4 comments on “Go There, Do That: Free Online Children’s Writing Conference August 14th & 15th

  1. What a brilliant idea! Have you heard of anything similar for other genres? I’m particularly intrigued by the ninja agents element…so cool!

    • The only other free online conference that I’ve encountered recently is International Freelancer’s Day, which is usually held in September. But, it’s not strictly a writing conference. It’s more about freelancing in general. Lots of good information, though. Keep checking back, if I run across other conferences I’ll be posting them!

  2. Thanks! I’m glad you find it helpful!

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