Conference
October 3-5, 2014
425-771-0228

Write on the Sound

This unique and affordable conference hosts a capacity 275 attendees. Attracting presenters and participants from the Northwest, far flung states, and abroad, our Saturday and Sunday workshops offer over thirty sessions on craft, marketing, and specialty writing topics. Fiction, non-fiction, poetry, social networking and creativity are only some of the choices.


The 2014 Conference Brochure will be available online July 1st. Registration begins online July 28th. 

 

Questions about the 2014 conference? Call 425-771-0228 or email.

  
 

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2013 WOTS Keynote Presentation by Benjamin Percy 

Edmonds is a town of 40,000 located on the shores of Puget Sound about 20 minutes north of Seattle, 45 minutes from SeaTac airport. With outstanding views of the water and the Olympic mountains to the west, Edmonds has a charming downtown including boutiques, travel specialties, galleries and restaurants. Known as an arts community, Edmonds is home to outstanding performing and visual arts and a historic museum.

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Conference Information

This unique and affordable conference hosts a capacity 275 attendees. Attracting presenters and participants from the Northwest, far flung states, and abroad, our Saturday and Sunday workshops offer over thirty sessions on craft, marketing, and specialty writing topics. Fiction, non-fiction, poetry, YA, social networking and creativity are only some of the choices.

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Location
Write on the Sound Conference is located in Edmonds, WA in the Frances Anderson Center.  

Frances Anderson Center
700 Main Street   
Edmonds, WA 98020

425-771-0228

Public Transportation
The WOTS Conference is easily accessible by public transportation
Please check websites for current transportation schedules.

By Bus:  Community Transit   
By the Sounder: Sound Transit
By Train: Amtrak