The Las Vegas Writers Conference
April 13th to 15th, 2023!
Come one! Come all! Satisfy your curiosity about writing, publishing, and getting your books to the market. Help The Henderson Writers’ Group (HWG) celebrate our 21st annual Las Vegas Writers Conference!
The 2023 LVWC (April 13-15 2023) has gone virtual again. Increased costs have driven away the in-person attendees, but we will try again in the future. Please join us online once more from the comfort of your home or office for a low price.
Slots for our faculty have been filled and session topics selected. Check out the Faculty Page, Session Descriptions and Schedule (coming soon).
Your registration includes:
- A wonderful selection of Workshops with Q&A
- Agent Pitches
- Blue Pencil sessions
- An awesome Keynote speech
This year – and every year – the Las Vegas Writers Conference is dedicated to helping writers of all genres improve their craft, sharpen their business skills, and network with publishing professionals. Held each spring, this year’s conference will draw attendees from around the world. Pitch sessions with literary agents and editors are included in the price of registration. Writers will have the opportunity for one-on-one mentoring sessions with faculty members and other published authors. We hope you will join us and take your writing skills to the next level.
Throughout the event, you will be able to meet our faculty, schedule times to pitch to agents and publishers, and learn from experts in fields connected to writing and publishing.
This is going to be one exciting and rewarding experience!
Official hashtag #LVWC23
Previous Years Faculty:
Past Las Vegas Writer’s Conference Keynote Speakers
2021: Latoya C. Smith
2020: Brenda Drake
2019: Chuck Sambuchino,
Mary Robinette Kowal,
2018: Jane Friedman
2017: Donald Maass
2016: Larry Brooks
2015: Judith Briles
2014: Robin Carr
2013: My Haley
2012: Mary Wilson
2010: Geoff Schumacher
2009: Corey Levitan
2008: Dave Kuzminski & John L. Smith
2007: Tom Sawyer
2006: Dr. Eva Shaw and James Rollins
2005: Gordon Krikland