The Event That Shows You How

Your Ideas Can Change The World.

San Francisco Writing for Change Conference
Saturday, September 9th, 2017
Registration begins at 8:30 am  Event: 
8:30 am – 5:30 pm
First Unitarian Universalist Center of San Francisco
1187 Franklin Street (at Geary), San Francisco, CA

 

The keynoter will be best-selling author Stephen Dinan, whose books include Sacred America, Sacred World and Radical Spirit. Stephen is a social entrepreneur, visionary political strategist and  is the founder and CEO of The Shift Network.  Stephen was also a senior staffer for both the Institute of Noetic Sciences and Esalen Institute.

At the 8th San Francisco Writing for Change Conference you will discover how what you write can change the world…and how to get your writing published. The theme of the conference is “Writing to Make a Difference,” with topics ranging from business, spirituality, politics, technology, social issues, the environment, culture, the law, and much more.

The Writing for Change Conference is devoted to bringing together agents, editors, authors, and publishing professionals in order to enable writers to learn from the experts about writing, publishing, marketing, and technology. You’ll come away knowing how to get your work published successfully, online and off.

You will have the chance to learn from and pitch your book to the presenters, and to get feedback on your work from freelance editors. The conference will include one jam-packed day of workshops, panels and the keynote address. You will leave feeling inspired and enlightened. Please join us for this amazing day.

WE ARE SOLD OUT! THANK YOU ALL FOR YOUR SUPPORT

San Francisco Writing For Change registration includes:

  • Keynote and a full day of sessions
  • Ask-the-Pros round-tables with presenters.
  • Feedback on your work from independent editors.
  • Networking with speakers and other writers.
  • Opportunity to pitch your book to agents and editors.
  • Lunch and snacks

The Conference will be limited to 100 attendees!

REGISTRATION IS CLOSED