Every year, Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers is pleased to present the Colorado Gold Conference, where hundreds of writers from all over the US and beyond gather for a full weekend of writerly camaraderie, exciting programming, and opportunities to pitch projects to the industry's top agents and editors. Programming focuses on the following key areas such as craft improvement, genre knowledge, career management, industry savvy, and continuing education and professional development for published authors.
Gen Con is the original, longest-running gaming convention in the world! With 500+ exhibiting companies from the game industry, award-winning authors and artists, costumed attendees, more than 16,000 events, a Family Fun Pavilion, and the debut of exciting new games, Gen Con truly is The Best Four Days in Gaming™!
If you are a Christian author writing speculative fiction, find your people at Realm Makers. This isn’t your grandmother’s writers conference.
Laura's teaching on writing, Japanese mythology, and more! Anime Central (ACen) is the largest anime, manga and Japanese popular culture convention in Chicago and the Midwest. As part of its mission, ACen brings fans together with guests from the Japanese and US sectors of the anime and manga industry, as well as gaming, cinema, and Asian culture personalities. The event includes a huge exhibit hall, a massive video game room, concerts, dances, educational panels and workshops, premiere screenings, autograph sessions, 24-hour video rooms, tabletop gaming and much, much more!
Come and meet authors of science fiction and fantasy, at the library to sign books and meet readers. They will have books for sale. Bring your questions!
Over 80 authors to meet and browse!
Laura's coming to speak and coach! Get Published! will focus on three topics critical to writers seeking to get their work published: Plot Construction and Conflict, Writing the Opening Paragraph, and the Query Letter. Each panel discussion will be followed by a working session where attendees can immediately practice the techniques discussed and receive feedback.
The Indianapolis Public Library offers this monthly book discussion program, this month reading "So To Honor Him" by Laura VanArendonk Baugh. The author will attend this program and discuss her book.
Laura talks about who the historical Magi might have been and why, based on research for SO TO HONOR HIM.