Kelly Flowers


The Writer’s Water Cooler – Having Some Goosebumps Nostalgia

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Last year was my first year attending SDSU Writer’s Conference. Great breakout sessions. Excellent speakers. I loved it! I’m so in for January.

Besides, I’m an R.L. Stine groupie. I was raised on that fine literature. Throwback… I think I had nightmares after this book. That is addictive writing, my friends. #Lifegoals


From… SDSU Writers’ Conference

Please plan to attend the 33rd Annual SDSU Writers’ Conference
January 20-22, 2017 at the
San Diego Marriott Mission Valley

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Please visit this site often, as more information will be coming soon.

Whether you’re a beginning writer or a published professional, the San Diego State University Writers’ Conference is for you. Now in its 33rd year, this conference is designed to help every writer at every level. Learn how to improve your writing skills, develop your marketing awareness, and meet one-on-one with top editors and agents to facilitate the next step in your publishing career.

We are pleased to announce the keynote speakers for the 33rd Annual conference.

R.L. Stine is one of the best-selling children’s authors in history.

J.A. Jance is a top-10 New York Times bestselling author.

What to Expect 

  • Breakout Sessions: Fiction, Nonfiction, Career and Craft Panels, and More
  • Consultation and Advance Reading Appointments
  • No-Host Mixer
  • Networking Lunch
  • Saturday Evening Reception
  • Conference Choice Awards
If you are interested in being considered as a speaker for the 2017 SDSU Writers’ Conference, please complete the speaker interest form. Questions can be sent to

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