CRW brought the chapter together / apart this summer! We hope you were able to join us July 25-26, 2020 for networking, workshops, the Stiletto Contest Party / Chapter Awards, writing sprints, and our Annual General Meeting.
- Craft and Career Workshops
- DEI-focused Workshops with featured speaker Kharma Kelley
- Chapter’s Annual General Meeting and Awards
- Saturday evening Stiletto Contest celebration
- Brainstorming, Chat, and Writing Sprint sessions
- Roundtable Discussion: Contemporary Romance and the Pandemic
- Door prizes!
FREE for members of the CRW chapter
All others: $40 (RWA members: consider joining our chapter for only $30!)
Thank You to the donors of our virtual door prizes:
- Tanya Agler
- Denise Alicea & Geek Girl Publishing
- Cheryl Barton
- Miranda Darrow
- Win Day
- Melanie Greene
- Susan C Guest
- Amy Knupp
- Katrina Marie
- Cathy McDavid
- Robyn Neeley
- Janna Roznos
- Ainsley St. Claire
Contemporary Romance Writers is committed to diversity, inclusion, and equality. Our conference is a harassment-free event, and is inclusive of everyone regardless of race, ethnicity, nationality, age, body size, physical appearance, disabilities, neurodiversity, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, religion, or any other category. We do not tolerate harassment of event participants, presenters, or staff in any form, and we take violations of this policy seriously.
Harassment includes, but is not limited to, hateful, offensive, or biased speech (including jokes); denigration of others; disruption of events; intimidation; stalking; harassing recording or photography; inappropriate physical contact; and unwelcome sexual attention. If participants are told they’re engaging in harassing behavior, they must stop immediately.
To participate in our conference, you agree to conduct yourself according to this policy, to treat everyone involved with respect and consideration, and to notify organizers should you observe any harassing or uncomfortable behavior. Violators of our Anti-Harassment Policy will be appropriately acted against, including the possibility of formal warnings, or expulsion from the event or chapter.