Imagine for a moment – five days in New Orleans – a city with so much creative energy you can practically feel it breathing beside you, like William Faulkner must have felt when lived there and wrote Soldier’s Pay.

Then imagine 16 of the nation’s best and brightest agents and editors… AND a guaranteed sit down with one of EACH to discuss YOUR work… (and more if you like!)

Imagine dozens of authors sharing their considerable insights, from Pulitzer Prize winners like Robert Olen Butler, Nilo Cruz and Junot Diaz, to best-sellers like Paula McClain and Robert Hicks…

Then imagine this faculty of over FIFTY there, in New Orleans, just for you… to learn from, to network with, to help you realize the book that’s in you…

Imagine musical events, scores created just for this conference, art shows, art created just for this group, plays and special events galore, and all of it celebrating writers just like you…

It all takes place at the national literary landmark Hotel Monteleone in New Orleans, November 9-13, 2011, produced by the Pirate’s Alley Faulkner Society. And there’s still time to register and join us for the best five days you’ll ever invest in your writing…

Visit www.wordsandmusic.org for info on pricing, schedules, faculty and more!

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Comment by Bridget Straub on September 29, 2011 at 7:20pm
I wish I could afford to go. It sounds like fun.

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