Cape Cod Writers Center

Announcing Faculty for the 2018 Cape Cod Writers Center Conference August 2-5

 The Cape Cod Writers Center is delighted to announce our outstanding faculty for the 2018 conference, August 2-5 at the Resort and Conference Center at Hyannis.

Our keynote speaker award-winning novelist, Hank Phillippi Ryan, will speak at the luncheon on Saturday, August 4, followed by a book sales and signing.

Our Faculty Includes:

C.E. Lawrence, acclaimed novelist, playwright and poet

Mike Cooper, award-winning mystery and thriller writer

Lou Aronica, author and publisher

Michelle Clark, medicolegal death investigator and literary advisor

Diane O’Connell, editor and publisher  www.writetosellyour

Susan Tan, children’s writer & post-doctoral teaching fellow, Univ. Massachusetts

Susan Schoenberger, author, editor and copywriter

Laura Stolarz, best-selling young adult novelist

Bobbie Carlton, social media guru and book marketing expert

David Surrette, award-winning poet

Patricia K. Meyer, screenwriter and producer

Rick Beyer, New York Times best selling author and award-winning filmmaker

Judah Leblang, Boston-based writer, teacher and storyteller.


Noah Ballard, Curtis Brown, Ltd.

Monika Woods, Curtis Brown, Let.

Monica Odom, Lisa Dawson Agency  www.lisadawsonassociates/monica-odom/

Eric Myers, Myers Literary Agency


*** Please note online registration begins May 2 on this site.  Brochures will be mailed to current members. You may also request a brochure by emailing with “Brochure Request” in the subject heading. 

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More Information and Details will be posted soon.

The Resort & Conference Center at Hyannis, Massachusetts

August 2-5, 2018

Featuring  distinguished authors, editors and agents in workshops on  fiction, nonfiction, screenwriting, poetry, mysteries and thrillers, social media, promotion and more! 




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