“I will publish the name of the LORD: ascribe ye greatness unto our God.”
~ Deuteronomy 32:3

On the East Coast?

Join us July 24-25, 2015 for the

National Christian Writers Conference and Gospel Expo

At the Orange County Christian Writers Conference, April 24–25, 2015, you will meet experienced Christian agents, editors, publishers, and authors who can help you take the next step toward getting His message into the hearts, minds, and spirits of readers. And whether you are beginning your writing journey or already published, a session or workshop has been designed just for you. Take a look:

Fiction & Nonfiction

Beginning, intermediate and advanced level tracks in fiction and nonfiction writing will meet you where you are in your writing craft. See all writing sessions.

Magazine & Blog Writing

Get instantly read by hundreds and even thousands of readers. Our magazine publishers will tell you how.


Childrens & YA Writing

Join our make-your-own picture book workshop, learn how to write a YA Fantasy and more from award-winning authors.

We received wonderful spiritual inspiration and excellent up-to-date information about marketing. I greatly appreciate the Orange County Christian Writers Conference.

Virginia Canfield

Drama & Comedy

Learn to write scripts, comedy, and even take your book to the big screen. Then worship God through the arts of comedy, drama, and gospel. See the lineup.

Working with Agents

Learn how to successfully work with a literary agent as you pursue traditional publication.

Publishing & Marketing

Discover your publishing options and begin your marketing strategy.

I felt God’s presence here. Absolutely wonderful and very informative.

Julie Blackmen

New Sessions, New Faculty

Learn from Christian authors, agents, publishers, and editors in over 30 need-to-know writing topics. Read our faculty bios and session descriptions.

Dine with Faculty

Meet and discuss your project during lunch with editors, publishers, and agents at faculty-hosted tables.

One-on-One Consultations

Get your questions answered with an industry mentor or pitch your work-in-progress to an editor or publisher.  Read the consultation guidelines.


Thank you! This was the best of three writing seminars I’ve attended.


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