Events

Romance is everywhere! The national organization and our chapters hold events across the country—and online—to help career-focused romance writers network with peers and industry professionals, as well as learn more about their craft and the industry. Search here for upcoming events and register today!

RWA Conference


Learn about the RWA Annual Conference

Trade Shows


RWA participates in trade shows and showcases the romance genre

Chapter Events

Chapter Events
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Literacy Autographing


RWA raises thousands for literacy organizations with this mass book-signing event

RWA U Webinar: Romance in Translation

Romance in Translation Are you missing out on career growth by limiting your language? Join Tara Cremin as she shares insights from the global retailer Kobo on reaching readers all over the world. Find out which genres sell best where and get tips on branding translated editions. Presenter Bio: Tara Cremin is responsible for the overall author experience on Kobo Writing Life, from optimizing current features to looking for new avenues of growth. Her aim is to make KWL the greatest and most user-friendly self-publishing platform available. Tara has an MA in American Literature and Film from University College Cork, Ireland and has worked for KWL since inception. She loves talking to authors and using direct feedback to make improvements that benefit the whole user base. All presentation times in CT.
When
12/11/2019 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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RWA U Webinar: Organize Your Writing Life

Join us in this RWA U webinar presented by Abigail Owen. Are you overwhelmed by everything you have to remember as an author? Social media and marketing a constant struggle? Do you have handouts and notes from workshops and never use them but would like to someday? Even your email inbox is crazy? This workshop will give you tried and true methods for staying on top of your email, craft notes, social media, and marketing as an author. We’ll primarily focus on Gmail & Microsoft OneNote as tools to help you get organized (including an overview on how to use OneNote). Materials can easily be translated to other email and note-taking methods. Bonus: These methods and tips can also be helpful in your personal and professional lives aside from writing! This workshop is delivered as quick-hitting tips & tricks with the help of real-time, practical examples.  Attendees are encouraged to take away 2-10 tips that work with where they are in their business and personal styles. All presentation times in CT.
When
1/14/2020 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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RWA U Webinar: Brand Building 101

The publishing industry moves at lighting speed, and the challenge of discovery impacts even the most seasoned authors. You’ve done the work. You’ve written a great book and now you find yourself doing an entirely different kind of work—branding and marketing. So…how do you stand out in an increasingly crowded field? What do you do to network with your peers and readers at conferences? How do you generate buzz for your book - with and without spending money? Whether you’re just starting out or you’ve written dozens of books, whether you’re indie published or have a major contract with a publisher, these are questions every author must ask in today’s market.  Join Liz Berry, co-creator of 1001 Dark Nights and Executive Director of the International Thriller Writers, as she helps you navigate your brand through the ever-changing publishing and promotional landscape.
When
2/11/2020 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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