The first annual Writeoncon is drawing to a close. I’m not being presumptuous when I say “annual”; the Founders have already said they plan to do it again.
I’ve already raved about how necessary and useful on online conference is, especially for those of us in rural areas, so I’ll refrain from doing it again. Instead, I’ll rave about how smoothly the inaugural year went. The site was down on the first day, probably due to overwhelming traffic, but things got ironed out, and posts, chats, and forums sailed along smoothly. Participation has been great, and since the posts and forums will remain open for some time, I expect it will continue. I think Everyone has ideas for where this might go and what it might offer.
- The online KidLit writers’ conference.
- The Bookmark Collectors’ Virtual Convention.
- The online wholesale Needlework Show that is open to consumers.
What online events do you find fun and valuable?
Categories: Children's writing