This May 15-18 will mark the return of the Kachemak Bay Writers’ Conference after
a year’s hiatus. For nineteen years, the conference has brought together hundreds
of writers from around the state and the country to learn from nationally-renowned
faculty. Due to COVID mandates, this year’s conference will be entirely virtual.
Conference participants can take part in twelve classes, three writers’ craft conversations, a panel discussion by writers from the Peabody Award-winning PBS show Molly of Denali, as well as various networking and community building activities.
This year’s faculty includes:
Registration fees are $50 for University of Alaska students and $80 for the general
public until February 28 and $100 thereafter.
To learn more about this year’s conference, read about the faculty, and look at the schedule check out the conference website.
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The Kachemak Bay Writers’ Conference is a program of the Kachemak Bay Campus of the Kenai Peninsula College.