Wknd Update: Last Update for AWP Conference & Bookfair 2023


Hello again. I’m posting this for the final time, the AWP Conference and Bookfair is March 8-11, 2023. It’s pretty much coming around the corner. So for those who are attending, please make sure you have everything together…t’s crossed and i’s dotted.

Credit source: AWP (Association of Writers & Writing Programs)

AWP Conference

The AWP Conference & Bookfair is the annual destination for writers, teachers, students, editors, and publishers of contemporary creative writing. It includes thousands of attendees, hundreds of events and bookfair exhibitors, and four days of essential literary conversation and celebration. The AWP Conference & Bookfair has always been a place of connection, reunion, and joy, and we are excited to see the writing community come together again in Seattle, Washington in 2023.

2023 AWP Conference & Bookfair

Seattle, Washington
March 8–11, 2023
Seattle Convention Center

AWP’s hotel blocks are currently sold out, but there are still plenty of hotel rooms within walking distance of the Seattle Convention Center. Please refer to Hotels.com or another hotel aggregator to find the best deal. If there are any updates to our hotel blocks, we will post on the Hotel & Travel page. We apologize for the inconvenience!

If you need assistance booking your hotel room and securing an ADA room, please reach out to conference@awpwriter.org and we will do our best to help you.

Key Dates

Conference Queries

(240) 696-8273

Conference Events
(240) 696-8250

(240) 696-7741

You can go the site, www.awpwriter.org/awp_conference/overview to get more information. Hope this helps. Enjoy the rest of your weekend, be safe, healthy, happy, and blessed.

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