Sherri Lupton Hollister

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Writing on the Pamlico

Pamlico Writer’s Group will present their 7th annual Writer’s Conference, “Why We Write. . .Giving Voice To The Voiceless”, April 5 & 6, 2019 at the Turnage Theatre, 150 W. Main St, Washington, NC. Featuring keynote speaker, USA Today’s best-selling author, Katharine Ashe, her topic, “Write What You Desire”.

Ms. Ashe is a prolific and dynamic writer, speaker and teacher you won’t want to miss hearing or getting to know.

2019 Writer’s Conference has been crafted a little different from what we’ve presented in the past. Our presenters this year have kicked up their game and developed workshops aimed to help adults, teens, beginner, advanced and business writers.

Eastern North Carolina and surrounding states have a wealth of writers, most of whom are looking for quality and affordable conferences or workshops to attend in order to expand their writing skills. Our (Pamlico Writer’s Group) hope is to reach as…

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