If you’ve talked to me about writing this year, it should come as no surprise that I’ll be returning to LTUE (Life, the Universe, and Everything Symposium) in 2016. In February 2015, I attended LTUE for the first time, and I loved every minute.
If I haven’t already, let me tell you why YOU want to attend LTUE in 2016 if you are a writer (aspiring or otherwise).
- Fantastic Writing Panels – panelists ranging from newcomers to international bestsellers talk every writing topic under the sun. Topics range from the science in sci-fi to worldbuilding to plot to editing to promotion to publishing (indie and traditional).
- Accessible speakers and panelists – this isn’t a huge convention, and there are plenty of opportunities to chat with experts (writers, editors, games designers) about their take on your questions.
- Meet delightful people – plenty of opportunities to connect with others with similar goals. Talk to people from all over the industry.
- Pitch or Crit sessions – have a chance to see what an editor thinks of your book or concept.
- Affordably priced – the 3-day symposium is only $45 and free for students. I don’t care who you are, that’s a steal.