Wasatch Writers Fellowship will host their third annual writers conference over the January 25-26 weekend in Kaysville, Utah.
“Writers from along the Wasatch Front are invited to join with us for multiple seminars and panels to improve their craft, hone their stories, and get published,” said Christina Re Anderson, founder of the Fellowship.
The conference will feature best-selling author Dan Wells as the keynote speaker, a Utah writer who has made the New York Times Bestsellers list. He has written a variety of young adult novels in the horror and science fiction genres, including books like the Partials series, where a war and a baby-killing virus have devastated the population, and the Mirador novels about a teen cyber hacker in a futuristic Los Angeles.
The conference will be held at the Hopebox Theatre in Kaysville, Utah, located at 1700 Frontage Road. Tickets are currently on sale for $25 through the Fellowship website www.writersfellowship.com, and will be sold at the door for $28. Writers in any medium are encouraged to attend and the general public is also welcome.
The conference’s program is online here,
The Wasatch Writers Fellowship was started in 2015 as a Meetup.com writing group and has grown to include over 500 members, over 40 of which are regulars at the meetups. “I started the group to find other writers who could give me, and each other, encouragement and support in working on our projects,” said Anderson. “Our overall goal is to help writers to improve their craft, finish projects and ultimately get published.”