Eagle Crest Resort, Redmond OR

22nd annual conference
October 13 - 16, 2016

"Enduring Spirits Untold Stories"

Drury Plaza Hotel

Santa Fe, NM

Enduring Spirits Untold Stories

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PITCH APPOINTMENTS

Pitch appointments are opportunities to meet one-on-one with an editor or agent to discuss your manuscript, pitch an idea, or ask questions. The appointments are offered on Friday and are 10 minutes in length. You may apply for an appointment when you complete your registration form. You may make ONE appointment.

You are responsible for choosing the editor or agent to whom you wish to pitch. You will receive an email with a list of those editors and agents taking pitches and their bios so you can become more familiar with them. Please try to pick someone who best matches the genre you write. Those wishing pitch appointments are contacted in the order in which they registered. Appointments will be made in order of responses. You will be notified of your appointment time via email.

If there are open appointments at the time of conference, they can be filled at the pitch appointment table once appointments open on Friday.

 

BOOK-SIGNING EVENT

We are lucky to have Collected Works, Santa Fe's favorite independent bookseller, handling our book sales this year. Owners Dorothy Massey and her daughter Mary are community treasures, supporting local authors and generously hosting readings, lectures, discussion groups and performances. They are delighted to be part of our celebration of women writers and will do a great job for us.

We have arranged for venues that will be accessible to a broad range of buyers, including local Santa Feans and tourists in town for the beautiful fall weather. Collected Works will set up the sales in the lobby of the Drury Hotel during the day Friday and Saturday. In addition, books will be available at both the reception Thursday night, and of course at the signing Saturday night in the Lamy Room.

WWW member Lucy Moore is coordinating the book sales and will be in touch with those who sign up on the registration form to sell their books.

 

SILENT AUCTION ITEMS

1. Framed Georgia O’Keefe print from Art Institute of Chicago, (size: 26” W x38” L) Donated by Liz Trupin-Pulli.

2. Framed Georgia ‘Keefe print titled, “The Poetry of Things”, (size: 39” W x 21” L ) Donated by Liz Trupin-Pulli.

3. Framed poster, “Santa Fe Night Lights” (featuring match books from various Santa Fe Restaurants, (size: 24” W x 31” L ) Donated by Liz Trupin-Pulli.

4. “Vibrant Santa Fe”, by internationally acclaimed and collected artist Amy R. Stein, chosen as official painting celebrating Santa Fe’s 400th Anniversary. Print signed and donated by the artist.

5. “Free Spirit,” 2 prints by Amy R. Stein (one signed “Women Writing the West”; one signed “Women Riding the West). Donated by the artist.

6. Framed photo of famed Santuario de Chimayo’s front retablo. (size: 21”W x 27” L ) Donated by Stepfanie Kramer, Los Angeles.

7. Framed and signed photo (NM Churches Series) of Award-winning Santa Fe photographer, Jim Gautier. Donated by the artist.

8. Ruana, hand-woven by Tammy Ferrill, owner of Santa Fe Handwoven Designs. Donated by the artist.

9. One-of-a-kind necklace--gold-coated glass, varied colored imported glass, and large coral beads, by visually impaired artist, Rebekka. Donated by the artist.

10. Vintage woolen cape, red, over-sized. Donated by Jann Arrington-Wolcott.

11. Antique (circa late 1800s) carved Madonna and Child. Donated by Jann Arrington-Wolcott.

12. Hand-carved, one-of-a-kind, gold-colored granite wine holder. (Holds 2 bottles). Wine from Arrington Family Vineyards in Kentucky. Donated by Jann Arrington-Wolcott.

13. Hand-blown, one-of--kind glass sculpture from Venice. Private Collection (anonymous donation.)

14. Print of “Cowgirls at the Roundup”, original photo taken late 1900s. Original valued at $30,000. Donated by Jann Arrington-Wolcott.

15. Framed original watercolor painted by Roberto Chavez, Las Cruces, New Mexico, in. early 1950s. Donated by Jann Arrington-Wolcott.

16. Framed original chalk portrait of young Native American girl, circa 1940s. Donated by Jann Arrington-Wolcott.

17. Mahogany 5-photo frame. Donated by Margary S. Arrington.

18. Original abstract painting by Santa Fe artist, Dan McBride. Donated by the artist.

19. Beige fringed and silver beaded suede cape by The Blue Rose. Donated by Janna Szalay Bunnell.