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Kentucky Women Writers Conference

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Kentucky Women Writers Conference
September 11-12, 2015
Carnegie Center for Literacy and Learning
Lexington, KY

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The Kentucky Women Writers Conference is the longest running literary festival of women in the nation. Launched by the University of Kentucky in 1979, it is a premier destination for the celebration of women's arts and letters.

About 1,000 individuals attend the conference each year. Daytime sessions attract about 150 writers at all stages of development, and free evening events gather a lively community of readers. Most come seeking literary sisterhood, help with a manuscript, or practical advice about the publishing industry.


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