When: November 5-7, 2010

Where: Paradise Point Resort & Spa, San Diego, CA.

The La Jolla Writers Conference welcomes writers of all levels of experience. This three-day event, now in its 10th year, always boasts exciting, interactive workshops, lectures, and presentations by an outstanding and freely accessible faculty comprised of best-selling authors, editors from major publishing houses, and literary agents, all of whom value meeting and working with a diverse group of creative people passionate about writing.

This Southern California based writers conference is proud to offer more than 75 classes on the art, craft, and business of writing. With a faculty base of literary agents, New York Times best-selling authors, incredible editors, and leading industry experts, the La Jolla Writer’s Conference of San Diego is recognized as one of the premier writers conferences in the country.

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5
1:00 – 1:50 PM
Room 705

Conquering Writer’s Block

Has your story fizzled out or hit a wall before completion? There are common reasons for this, and they are easier to overcome than you might think. Come hear a few basic tips for getting your story back on track.

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5
2:00 – 3:50 PM
Room 705

Fiction Group Read & Critique

Attendees should bring their working manuscripts to class. The instructor will facilitate the opportunity for up to the first 20 students in class to read a portion of their work and receive feedback.

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5
8:30 – ??? PM
Room 709

Red-Eye Group Read & Critique

This class is intended for authors of all genres who do their best work in the later hours. Writers are encouraged to bring samples of their writing to class and participate in a critique workshop.

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6
11:00 – 11:50 PM
Room 701

Tackling Hollywood

Think your story would translate well to film? Take an introductory look at the pros, the cons, and the structure of writing for the silver screen.

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6
9:30 – ??? PM
Room 709

Red-Eye Group Read & Critique

This class is intended for authors of all genres who do their best work in the later hours. Writers are encouraged to bring samples of their writing to class and participate in a critique workshop.

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 7
1:10 – 3:00 PM
Room 701

Fiction Group Read & Critique

Attendees should bring their working manuscripts to class. The instructor will facilitate the opportunity for up to the first 20 students in class to read a portion of their work and receive feedback.