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Lit Camp 2013: give yourself the gift of writing with others

The countdown to the alpalca-lypse is ticking down, but so is the countdown to the Lit Camp application deadline!  If you are interested in a brand new writing conference complete with ridiculously great faculty and a gorgeous Northern California setting, then Lit Camp is for you.  There are just 20 more days till the DECEMBER 31st deadline to apply for the Bay Area's first juried writers conference and I would like to personally invite you to submit your fiction or non-fiction for consideration.  Litquake and the Writer's Grotto have teamed up to create this new baby, which means the excellence is manifold.

Faculty members include Adam Johnson (the Orphan Master's Son), Janis Cooke Newman (The Russian Word for Snow), Ethan Nosowsky (McSweeney's Publishing), Oscar Villalon (Zyzzyva), and more.  There will be workshops with heady discussions, late night beverages among new literary friends, panel discussions, yoga, and beauty: the ridiculously pretty Mayacamas Ranch wi…