The biennial AWM GenreCon will run November 10 – 12 in 2017. Registrations open on February 20, and we are very pleased to welcome our international guests attending this year’s conference – Nalini Singh and Delilah S. Dawson.
Nalini Singh is the New York Times, USA Today, and internationally bestselling author of the Psy-Changeling, Guild Hunter, and Rock Kiss series.
Born in Fiji and raised in New Zealand, she was first published in 2003. Her books have sold over six million copies worldwide and have been translated into more than twenty languages, including German, French, Japanese, and Turkish.
Her most recent releases (as of January 2017) are: Allegiance of Honour, Wild Embrace, and Archangel’s Heart.
DELILAH S. DAWSON
Delilah S. Dawson writes the Ladycastle comic series for BOOM! Studios. As a novelist, she’s the author of Star Wars: The Perfect Weapon and Scorched, the dark fantasy Blud series, the YA thrillers Hit and Strike, YA horror Servants of the Storm, various short stories, and The Shadow series, a fantasy Western written as Lila Bowen and beginning with Wake of Vultures.
She’s won three RT Book Awards and teaches writing online at LitReactor.com. Delilah lives in the north Georgia mountains with her family and hangs out online at whimsydark.com and on Twitter, @delilahsdawson.
CALL FOR WORKSHOPS AND SEMINAR PITCHES
We may have invited guests, but the GenreCon program only runs because dozens of writers, artists, and industry professionals volunteer their time to the discussion panels and workshop/seminar programs that run across the weekend. If you’d like to be involved in the 2017 conference, are currently taking pitches for the seminar/workshop program that runs through the weekend. If you’re interested in running a seminar or workshop over the GenreCon weekend, send us an expression of interest that includes the topic, rough outline of your workshop, any resources you’d require, and your CV. Email your expression of interest to GenreCon (email@example.com) with GenreCon Workshop : Your Workshop Title in the subject line.
Pitches should be suitable for up to 30 participants, as demand for workshops is high across the weekend. Please note that GenreCon caters to a wide range of genre writers, so workshops catering to topics of interest to multiple genres will be given preference.
We are looking to fill one hour and two hour workshop/seminar slots. Workshops are free for attendees, and accepted tutors will be paid in our eternal adoration and complimentary GenreCon registration. We’ll be taking workshop applications until March 31st, 2017.