LWC}NYC Literary Writers Conference

New York, New York, United States

Dec 6 - Dec 7, 2018


SCHOLARSHIP:None Available

PHONE: Gibbs
EMAIL: dgibbs@clmp.org
WEBSITE: https://www.clmp.org/lwchome/

The Community of Literary Magazines and Presses (CLMP), in collaboration with The New School, proudly presents LWC}NYC, a literary writers conference in New York City.

With carefully planned clinics, workshops, and panels, writers are provided with crucial information and feedback that will help writers enter and navigate the publishing industry. Agent Pitch Sessions also offer an opportunity to speak to agents and hone their pitch. The LWC}NYC Literary Writers Conference takes place in December at The New School. Visit the website for more information and to secure your registration.


65 West 11th Street
New York
New York, United States


CLMP ensures a vibrant, diverse literary landscape by helping small literary publishers work better. We communicate the art of literary publishing to readers, writers, booksellers, librarians, educators, funders and other literary stakeholders, and work to bring all of these communities together. CLMP carries out this mission so that essential literary voices from all corners can make their way from writers to readers.

CLMP exists to serve magazines, presses, Internet publishers, and chapbook and zine publishers mission-driven to publish literature. Independent literary publishers make up an underserved, uniquely vulnerable and essential field that connects the greatest diversity of writers to equally diverse communities of readers. Since 1967, CLMP has worked to bring these literary publishers together to form a mutually supportive community that is often at the vanguard of progress. CLMP provides technical assistance, facilitates peer-to-peer learning and group action, and builds bridges to connect diverse communities of literary stakeholders.

For 50 years, CLMP has been a sustaining lifeline—raising publishers’ organizational capacity, helping them connect their writers to more readers, and serving as a dependable, essential hub for nurturing community support.