Mayborn Literary Nonfiction Conference

Posted 2.4.10

Type: 
Conference
Location: 
Grapevine, TX
Event Date: 
January 1, 2099

The 2014 Mayborn Literary Nonfiction Conference was held from July 18 to July 20 at the Hilton Dallas/Fort Worth Lakes Executive Conference Center in Grapevine, Texas. The conference, whose theme this year was “Narratives on the Cutting Edge: Writing About Science, Technology, Medicine, and Innovation,” featured workshops in creative nonfiction as well as panel discussions, lectures, and readings. Participating writers included Sheri Fink, David Quammen, and Lawrence Wright. Tuition, which included some meals, was $425. Student and educator discounts were available. Rooms at the conference hotel were available for $110 per night. Registration was first come, first served. Call, e-mail, or visit the website for more information.

Contact Information: 

Mayborn Literary Nonfiction Conference, Mayborn Graduate School of Journalism, University of North Texas, 1155 Union Circle, #311460, Denton, TX 76203. (940) 565-4778.

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