Workshops & Activities

Planning for the 2017 Conference is under way!

If you want to suggest a presenter or topic, Request A Workshop.

If you want to present at PPWC 2017 Propose A Workshop by September 15, 2016.

In the meantime, we’re leaving up the 2016 information so you can get an idea of what we do:

At Pikes Peak Writers Conference, our goal is to provide you with programming full of exciting and informative workshops for all skill levels and interests. Authors, agents, editors, publishers, and specialists come to our conference for one reason…to share their knowledge and love for writing with our passionate and ambitious attendees.

This list of workshops will continue to grow as we confirm more faculty and decide on more workshops.  We will post new information as soon as it becomes available, so keep checking back for the latest news.

Please remember that some things are beyond our control, so all programming is subject to change at any time.

General Conference Schedule

PPWC Workshops

Below are some of our 2017 PPWC workshops! Stay tuned to this page for the latest updates–we’re typing as fast as we can! 8 WEEKS TO A COMPLETE NOVEL Presented by Becky Clark Have you ever wanted to speed up your process and write a complete and non-crappy novel in only two months? Learn how to […]

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Read & Critique

WHY WOULD I WANT AN APPOINTMENT? If you’re wondering what an editor or agent might think of the opening of your story or craving some honest feedback on your writing from an industry professional, then you’ll want an appointment at the next Pikes Peak Writers Conference. There are two types of appointments offered at PPWC: […]

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Query 1-on-1

WHAT HAPPENED TO PITCH APPOINTMENTS? We did our due diligence, same as we tell you to do before you approach an agent or an editor. We took feedback from attendees, our incredible Pitch staff, and the agents and editors who have been taking pitches at our conference for the last few years. And we think […]

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PPWC Prequel Programming

Pikes Peak Writers invites you to register for our Prequel Programming taking place on Thursday, April 27, 2017. These are in-depth, 3-hour workshops on a variety of topics and range of skill levels. You can pair any morning workshop with any afternoon workshop to suit your individual needs – NOTE: Donald Maass is presenting an All-Day […]

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