Fairhope 2013 is only three weeks away! We've been busy behind the scenes getting ready for what we believe will be a fantastic conference. So, what are waiting for? Register today! If you've not registered, simply visit http://www.gcacwt.com/click-for-registration.html to do so.
The absolute deadline for panel and reading requests is MARCH 22, 2013! So, if you interested in proposing a panel, joining a panel, or reading at GCACWT 2013, what are you waiting for? Sign up and register at our website today: http://www.gcacwt.com. We want to be sure that those of you who are participating in the conference are listed on our webpage. If you've not done so already, take a few minutes to submit or update your bio here: http://www.gcacwt.com/biographical-notes.html.
GCACWT needs a few intrepid volunteers, people who will help with registration, the book fair, making coffee, and any other general running around that might be taking place. If you'd like to volunteer (and earn my deep, heartfelt gratitude), please contact me at email@example.com. I'd be much, much obliged.
Tentative Schedule Posted
The preliminary schedule for GCACWT 2013 is now posted at the GCACWT website (http://www.gcacwt.com/2013-program.html). If you see any errors or any problems, please be sure to contact me immediately. I beg your indulgence if you see any problems. I'll try to fix them immediately. If you are marked as a "chair," you will simply be in charge of that room. I'll be contacting chairs directly with more detailed instructions. Relax; it's a very easy gig.
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If you have any concerns, please don't hesitate to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I'm excited about meeting all of you. Thank you for supporting the Gulf Coast Association of Creative Writing Teachers.
Gulf Coast Association of Creative Writing Teachers
Gulf Coast Association of Creative Writing Teachers brings together teachers of writing, students, writers, editors, and publishers from Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas, and others from—or interested in— the Gulf Coast region and its writing.