Literary Conference Planned for May in Oshkosh

Here’s news from the Oshkosh Public Library:

Lakefly Literary Conference 2014

Gain insight in the craft and business of writing at the Lakefly Literary Conference 2014, a two-day conference on May 9-10, for beginning and established writers of all genres at the Oshkosh Premier Waterfront Hotel and Convention Center in Oshkosh, WI.

Scheduled speakers include: best-selling author Hallie Ephron, novelist John DeDakis, journalist Bill Lueders, poet Bruce Dethlefsen, romance writers Ruthie Knox and Juliet Rosetti, local author D.B. Rouse, humorist Kelli Dunham, mystery writer Jon Loomis, fantasy writer Scott Lynch, Oshkosh novelists Daisy Jerico and Tom Cannon, young adult author Shelley Tougas, writer/psychic Sherri Lee Devereau, and author Barry Wightman.

The conference will bring keynote speakers Hallie Ephron and John DeDakis, as well as the opportunity to attend breakout sessions to enrich and expand upon your writing skills.

Registration for the conference is $60, and includes Saturday lunch, coffee, beverages, and snacks. If you sign up before April 1 you’ll save $15 off the registration fee.

For more information, or to register, visit our website at can also register by mailing a check, payable to “Lakefly Literary Conference,” to Ruth Percey at Oshkosh Public Library, 106 Washington Avenue Oshkosh, WI 54901.


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One response to “Literary Conference Planned for May in Oshkosh

  1. judybridges

    Also Judy Bridges!

    Judy Bridges Founder, Redbird Studio Author, Shut Up & Write! 3195 S Superior St, #209 Milwaukee, WI 53207 414-481-3195

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