Want to cut down on your carbon footprint and maybe get to know someone new in the process? This is the thread for you! Use the comments section to find ride share options for this year’s SiWC. We suggest posting whether you want to share a cab from the airport, are happy to drive people in yo
By very popular request, especially given that the hotel is completely sold out for some of our nights, we’re here with this year’s room share blog. Have a room at the hotel you’d like to share with someone to save some money? Couldn’t get a room and would love to find someon
… are you ready? The email box slams shut on Friday, September 21, at midnight. Our contest has had some mighty fine winners over the years. This picture here? In 2013, judges Jack Whyte and Diana Gabaldon decided that writer Jennifer Manuel would be the first entrant ever to TIE with HERSELF
With all the excitement over registration for #SiWC17, we’d like to share this post from our conference ambassador Hayley Lavik. It’s that time again! Registration is open and brand new writers are coming to SiWC for the very first time. With four days of workshops, master classes, and one-o
Well. Our registration opening yesterday was unprecedented. Record-breaking, even. Thank you to all the writers out there who are as excited as we are about #SiWC17! A few updates and reminders… Our Friday Only passes are now sold-out. Our Youth passes are sold-out. The conference itself is mo
Flawless start to our registration process this year — Hooray! Jack Whyte’s class sold out in a new record time. 5 minutes! Six minutes into registration, we are 10% sold out. Hold on to your hats. We are in for a record year! ~kc Edited to add:
We at SiWC central are celebrating this fine Sunday in May by bringing to you the latest in workshop and Master Class information for #SiWC17. Check out the menu bar at the top of the page for the latest scheduling information along with our amazing list of presenters. Class descriptions are being
Issue 14 of Pulp Literature is now available, featuring the winning story in our 2016 writing contest, written by Claire Gregory. Congratulations again to Claire for her wonderful story, and many thanks to Pulp Literature for publishing our winner this year! Check out the edition here.