The Jot Writers’ Conference always seems to sneak up on me. And that wouldn’t be so much of a problem if I wasn’t one of the main organizers of the event. But thanks to my skills in last-minute, procrastination-honed organization, I have exciting news.
Jot 5 is Friday, March 13th from 7-11pm at Baker Book House in Grand Rapids, MI.
We even have speakers lined up. Good ones, too. I’ll be posting their topics soon on the main Jot website, but for now here’s the list:
- Zachary Bartels, author of the critically-acclaimed Playing Saint (Thomas Nelson, 2014)
- Tim Beals, president of Credo Communications, a writing agency with a full roster of great authors.
- Amelia Rhodes, author of Isn’t it Time for a Coffee Break? (Barbour Publishing, 2013) and multiple books in the Chicken Soup for the Soul series.
- Kenneth Kraegel, author of King Arthur’s Very Great Grandson (Candlewick Press, 2012) and the forthcoming The Song of Delphine (Candlewick Press, 2015).
Jot will also have some workshops, but those aren’t ready to announce yet. Just forget I said anything about the workshops.
Stay tuned to our main Jot website for all of the upcoming news about Jot 5!