A Workshop for the Next Generation
In 2019, KCWC initiated a new program—a seminar for teens. This one-day event is geared for teen writers and introduces skills needed to improve their writing and introduce them to the basics of the publishing world.
Topics this year include:
- The three-act story structure
- How to write powerful fight scenes
- How to edit your manuscript
- Publishing options and what is required of authors
- Options from the main conference
Participants will leave with a handful of resources to help them grow and the tools necessary to write a story fit for the publishing world. They will also have the opportunity to sign up for mentor, editor, or agent appointments.
This seminar will be led by Crystal Caudill and Adrienne Rollick.
Crystal is an educator, award-winning author, and member of ACFW and RWA. For her, teaching the next generation of authors is a privilege and a passion. Learn more about Crystal on her webpage. www.crystalcaudill.com
Adrienne has been pursuing the art and craft of writing fiction for ten years and is currently writing her eighth novel. You can follow her on Instagram at @ladyalocksley.
For a downloadable description of workshops and the 2020 seminar schedule, click the button below.
- Teen must be 13-17 years old (at the time of the seminar) to attend.
To register, fill out the form on the one-day registration page, and indicate “teen registration.” The $50 Early Bird price for the seminar is available through April 15, 2020. After that date, registration will increase to $60.