26th Annual Conference
OCTOBER 15 – 18, 2020
Endless Vistas ~ Unlimited Vision
Early Conference Registration Deadline Extended to July 15. 2020
Register for the 2020 Conference
Although it seems inappropriate to promote the WWW 2020 Conference with the high level of excitement it deserves, we may all need something to look forward to and enjoy some like-minded social connecting in October.
Registration for this year’s conference remains open. If any conference format or date changes do occur–which is not something currently anticipated–the conference web page is the first place to learn about it. The conference team suggests bookmarking this web page and checking back often. Women Writing the West looks forward to getting through these difficult days and reuniting once the crisis has passed. Stay safe out there!
Women Writing the West returns to Colorado Springs in 2020, bringing a fresh insurgence of inspiration. Just as mountain climbers find the niches necessary to scale vast heights, we also will find niches in craft, identity, and platforms. We’ll tackle approaches on how to progress through rough terrain, and we will rise to our own personal summits. Along the way, we’ll discover endless vistas of possibilities and create individual visions of success–as endless as the views around us.
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Session and Event Details
Details of the various offerings at the conference
Guests and Keynote Speakers
Bios of speakers, editors, agents, and special guests
Hotel and Host City
Hotel rates, shuttle service, and Colorado Springs
Things to Do In and Around Colorado Springs
Enjoying your stay
Address Conference questions to Conference Chair Pamela Nowak at WWWConference2020@hotmail.com
Join Us at the 26th Annual Conference
October 15 – 18, 2020
Colorado Springs, Colorado
About the Conference Venue
Colorado Springs was founded in August 1871 by General William Jackson Palmer and his vision of a first class hotel came to life; The Antlers, A Wyndham Hotel opened in June of 1883. At that time the population of Colorado Springs was approximately 5,000 people. General Palmer named the hotel “The Antlers” as it housed his large collection of deer and elk trophies which was the envy of many.
The Antlers Hotel
Reserve online here
You may also call the hotel directly at (719) 955-5600 or toll free at (866) 299-4602. Mention Women Writing the West for the conference rate.
Pamela Nowak at