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    Here are some general details about the conference. If you have any questions about something that’s not covered here, please leave a comment and we’ll respond as soon as we can.

    LOCATION:

    ll conference events will take place at 1740 Massachusetts Avenue Northwest  Washington, DC 20036.

    SIGN-IN AND REGISTRATION PACKETS:

    We’ll open for registration at 8:30. The conference officially starts at 9:15. When you arrive, please head to the registration desk to pick up your packet, which will include a schedule, information about the locations of the breakout sessions, your super official conference badge thing, a map of some of the local food/lunch options, one ticket to “Speed Dating with Editors,” and a form to choose the book and literary magazine that you’d like to receive. If you’ve registered beforehand, your name will be on our list and we’ll have a packet ready for you.

    LUNCH:

    Lunch is on your own, and your registration packet will include a handout about the many various restaurants ready and willing to take your money and give you food.

    Speed dating also takes place over lunch, so we’re hoping roughly two and a quarter hours is enough time for you to eat and speed date to your heart’s content.

 

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  • It’s Cheap! And You’ll Actually Leave With Stuff!

     

    For a registration fee of only $65, you get the full-day conference, one ticket to speed dating with editors, a subscription to a participating literary magazine, a book from one of our speakers.

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  • Conference testimonials

     

    • "It was well-organized and great value for its affordable registration fee! I was inspired by how easy it was to connect with other accomplished writers and make future connections."

    • "I really enjoy the up-beat, positive atmosphere, the tone set by conference organizers that we're all in this together and everyone can get something they need/want out of the experience."

    • "The conference was a great way to poke my head out and see what else is out there and what cool new things people are doing re: marketing, style, technology, innovative approaches to publishing, etc."