There are many wonderful writers’ conferences held each year in the U.S., but I wanted to let you know about something different–a Christian writers’ workshop. What’s the difference? A writer’s conference features teaching, editor meetings, agent meetings, etc. A writer’s workshop features teaching and WRITING.

At the end of February, in the beautiful area of Colorado Springs, at an actual CASTLE, Nancy Rue, Kathryn Mackel, Alton Gansky and I will be leading a Christian writer’s workshop. Read all the details here.

Last year Nancy and I taught a three-day weekend, and we had so much fun the workshop has been extended to five days! We are offering tracks through which you can study novel writing, writing for children, public speaking, screen writing, and writing nonfiction. No matter what you want to know, come, and we’ll do our best to answer your question. And we promise this will be FUN and unlike any conference you’ve ever attended!

So please, if you’re interested in any of the aforementioned topics, plan to join us at beautiful Glen Eyrie. I promise it will be an unforgettable experience.



  1. JoeBlogs

    Looks like a good place to write.

  2. Accidental Poet

    Are the dates right? Sunday thru Thursday? And is there somewhere where a person could see the daily schedule?

  3. Angela

    Yes, the dates are right–Sunday night through Thursday noon. And though we have a schedule, we’re not posting it because it’s completely subject to change. After we get there and see exactly what people want/need, we *might* switch things up.


  4. Accidental Poet

    I can’t seem to e-mail you this morning – it’s very frustrating. Can you tell me what time things will get started on Sunday evening, and how many people you are expecting? If you prefer, you can e-mail me at (whatever’s easiest for you!)


  5. Gin-H

    Are you going straight from this to the conference in Florida or are you skipping the Florida conference? Aren’t you the main speaker this year?
    Which would you recommend over the other??

  6. Angela

    I am only going to be at the Fla. conference on Saturday night, to give the keynote address. I’ll be in CO Springs the earlier part of the week.

    Which is better? Impossible question. The Glen Eyrie event will focus more on pure writing of all kinds. The setting will be smaller, more intimate, and more flexible.

    The Florida conference will be more structured, bigger, and will feature agents and editors. It all depends what you are looking for.



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