Rally of Writers Conference

Posted 5.20.11

Type: 
Conference
Location: 
Lansing, MI
Event Date: 
January 1, 2099

The Rally of Writers Conference was held on April 12 on the West Campus of Lansing Community College in Lansing, Michigan. The conference featured 16 sessions of lectures and discussions on poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction. Participants included poet Fleda Brown; fiction writers George Dila, Jen McConnel, and Lev Raphael; and nonfiction writer Andrea King Collier. The cost of the conference was $75 ($55 for students). Registration was first come, first served. Send an SASE, e-mail or visit the website for more information.

Contact Information: 

A Rally of Writers, P.O. Box 4253, East Lansing, MI 48923.

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