The path to publication is a journey of many steps. A marathon, not a sprint.
What can you do to ensure you're on the right path?
Invest in yourself.
Southeastern Writers Association is the perfect ticket to help you reach your destination.
Meet H.W. “Buzz” Bernard
and SWA board member.
This is Buzz's story journey with SWA:
2007: Buzz’s novel, Eyewall, wins Honorable Mention.
2008: Eyewall (rewritten) wins First Place.
2010: The Koltsovo Legacy (rewritten) wins First Place; Buzz signs a contract with Sullivan-Maxx Literary Agency.
2011: Eyewall is published by Bell Bridge Books, goes on to become a number-one best seller in Amazon's Kindle store; Buzz joins SWA Board of Directors.
2012: Plague (formerly The Koltsovo Legacy) is published by Bell Bridge Books, goes on to win the 2014 EPIC eBook Award, Suspense/Thriller category.
2013: Supercell (Buzz’s third novel) is published by Bell Bridge Books, goes on to win the 2015 EPIC eBook Award, Suspense/Thriller category.
2015: Blizzard (Buzz’s fourth novel) is published by Bell Bridge Books; he continues work on my fifth novel.
Buzz is dedicated in his service to SWA and bringing writers quality educational opportunities.
There are many success stories of SWA members and you could be one, too.
Register now! Click Here.
What do you get for the price of admission?
Contests that pay money. Critiques. Networking. Plus, direct interaction with two publishers--
Publisher: Maria McGaha – Dancing with Bear
An agent: Agent-in-Residence: Sorche Fairbank
of Fairbank Literary Representation
A well-rounded faculty for all your writing needs:
Novel Writing: C. Hope Clark
Nonfiction: Don Vaughn
Poetry & Flash Fiction: Chris Tusa
Young Adult: S.R. (Shelli) Johannes
Columns: Darrell Huckaby
Memoir: Dana Wildesmith
AND there's more! Scholarships!
★☆★ WRITERS ★☆★
Win one of two scholarships to the SWA Writers Workshop!
SWA is offering two scholarships.
One for the Fiction mini-workshop (June 20-21) and one for the Non-Fiction mini-workshop (June 22-23)
Just submit a 300-word essay on why you should be selected to attend the Fiction mini-workshop or the Nonfiction mini-workshop. You MUST state which mini-workshop
you want to attend.
The entry deadline is midnight on April 15th. The scholarship pays for tuition only.
Please email your entry to DebraAyersBrown@gmail.com with a subject line
of SWA Fiction Scholarship or SWA Nonfiction Scholarship.
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Will we see you at SWA in June?