Do not miss this year's Baltimore Writers' Conference! Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie will deliver the keynote address and participate on a panel at the conference, scheduled for Saturday, November 20 at Towson University (in the University Union, pictured right).
Adichie is a writer of international acclaim, the author of three books: the novels Purple Hibiscus
and Half of a Yellow Sun
, and the short story collection The Thing Around Your Neck
. Having earned a graduate degree in creative writing from Johns Hopkins, she has since won the prestigious Orange Prize, given annually for the best novel written by a women in English. She has also received a MacArthur Foundation Fellowship.
Registration for the day-long conference includes lunch, wine-and-cheese reception, one-on-one critiques, and the best craft, professional development, and networking opportunity for writers in the region. Click on the PDF link below for the schedule and follow this link to learn who else will be at the conference
To register, go to the Baltimore Writers' Conference web site
and click on REGISTER to download a PDF form.
The Baltimore Writers' Conference is sponsored by Towson University’s Graduate Program in Professional Writing
, Johns Hopkins Master of Arts in Writing Program
, and the CityLit Project.
For more information call 410.704.5196 or email PRWR@towson.edu.
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