My First Writer’s Conference(June 6-June 11) as part of Poet Fellowship from MVICW, Martha’s Vineyard Institute of Creative Writing

It was a thrilling week full of learning and connecting with link-minded people as an attendee in the Summer Writing Conference of Martha’s Vineyard Institute of Creative Writing.  To be part of the informative sessions about the craft of creative writing from your literary heroes was a blessing. Immensely grateful to the founder Alexander Weinstein and the amazing organizers, who kept everything going flawlessly during the virtual conference, Right from the writing workshops, to evenings reading and the late night lounges, everything was brimming with creativity and learning. It was one of the most immersive writing experiences for me and I enjoyed every moment of it. 

Sharing a few of the pictures from the week-long conference. Being virtual didn’t stop the attendees from having fun being in the late-night Zoom sessions which went till the early hours of the day. Immensely thankful to the visiting writers for sharing this wisdom from various genres of writing to publishing and on conjuring the post-publication market. 

I would highly recommend writers in my literary community to join this conference.  The conference has instilled a new level of confidence in me as a writer for which I’m immensely thankful.

Happy Poetry!!

Megha Sood

 

 

 

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