2022 PERMIAN BASIN WRITERS' WORKSHOP
In its seventh year, the 2022 Permian Basin Writers’ Workshop annual event will feature writing coaches and agents from around the country. Don’t miss this once a year opportunity to move your writing career forward.
The Workshop gives aspiring writers a better understanding of the craft of fiction and nonfiction, preparing them for the fast-changing world of publishing and promotion, while creating opportunities for meaningful networking and support.
This two day event will be in Midland, Texas on October 8th-9th, 2022. Your presence is welcomed and appreciated. As with Permian Basin Writers’ Workshops in the past, you will benefit from learning from knowledgeable speakers and networking with other writers.
Do your writing journey a favor, and save the dates.
2022 General News
Our host hotel will again be the Doubletree in downtown Midland. The Doubletree has always generously supported the Permian Basin Writers Workshop by providing a reduced rate for attendees and presenters. To book your stay at the PBWW special rate of $90., use the link provided below. Don’t forget to attend the “Meet-and-Greet” on Saturday night held on the upper deck of the hotel. There will be complimentary snacks, live music, and a cash bar.
Greetings fellow writers! Thanks for visiting our site for information about our 8th annual writers’ workshop. Information about the speakers and literary agents will be posted as we receive it. Early registration will start in about two weeks. I look forward to seeing those who attend each year and can’t wait to make lots of new friends at our first in-person/virtual hybrid workshop. Feel free to contact me with questions or suggestions at firstname.lastname@example.org or text me at
Janice Hardy is the award-winning author and founder of Fiction University, where she helps writers improve their craft and navigate the crazy world of publishing. She teaches writing workshops across the country, and her blog has been recognized as a Top Writing Blog by Writer’s Digest. When she’s not writing about writing, she spins tales of adventure for both teens and adults, and firmly believes that doing terrible things to her characters makes them more