Below find some great testimonials and praise from attendees (and some literary agents) who attended a previous Atlanta Writing Workshop. This is a sampling of the positive feedback we’ve received from our ATLWW events.
If you also want to see a growing list of our success stories — agents who have signed clients from Writing Day Workshop events — you can click here to see our growing list of agents who have signed attendees after our WDW conferences.
LOVING this #ATLWW writers conference today. So much great content on the industry & mastering voice/querying. Writers everywhere: do yourself a favor and sign up for the next one, if you can!! #WritingCommunity
— nataliefaine (@nataliefaine) March 13, 2021
It was worth a super early start here in Melbourne to talk to some wonderful industry professionals at the Atlanta Writer's Workshop. A great opportunity that I very much enjoyed taking up. #ATLWW
— K H Canobi (@KHCanobi) March 14, 2021
Had a great time at #ATLWW
Learned a lot and got to meet some wonderful people.
— Natasha Khan (@NatashaMKhan) March 14, 2021
— Bell Bouvier (@BellBouvier) March 13, 2021
It has been an AMAZING day at the #atlww. I've made some great connections, gotten really helpful tips and critiques, and feel so much less discouraged than I did two days ago. Highly recommend for my fellow #writers! #WritingCommunity #amwriting #amquerying
— Casandra Chesser (@casachess) March 7, 2020
— D'Andria (@DAndriaShanek) March 8, 2020
Yes! #atlww is a great experience. It’s really inspiring, talking with and hearing from established and aspiring authors, and the opportunity to pitch agents in person is huge!
— Anne Christopher (@AnneChristoph16) May 3, 2020
This is one of (if not THE) best conferences I’ve ever been to! I feel like I have such a better understanding of the publishing world than I did yesterday. Excited for things to come. @writingdaywksp #ATLWW
— Kacy Thomas (@kacymthomas) March 9, 2019
— Raiza Denise (@denise_raiza) March 10, 2019
— Anne Christopher (@AnneChristoph16) March 9, 2019
I’m just trying to keep my head above the choppy waters of modern publishing- but at least there are some nice people in boats with their arms extended, telling us how to reach them. #keepswimming #atlww #writerslife #writerscommunity
— rmsniderthewriter (@rmsniderthewri1) March 9, 2019
— Angela Pham Krans (@angelakrans) March 9, 2019
Listening to the critiques at “Writers Got Talent” is pretty cool! Awesome to hear different thoughts and opinions all at once. #ATLWW
— Charley PREP (@readygoprep) March 10, 2018
— Kristy Hunter (@KristySHunter) March 10, 2018
— Kwame Mbalia (@KSekouM) February 26, 2017
Had a wonderful time at #atlww Met some great writers and loved chatting with agents. Thanks to those behind the scenes who made it happen!
— Amy Judd (@ALJudd1) February 25, 2017
So #atlww was the burst of bookish joy I needed. So happy and inspired. I ❤you all.
— Judy Black – on deadline (@judyblackcloud) February 25, 2017
— Juliet Picard (@JulietPicard31) February 25, 2017
— Meshel Kelly (@meshel_kelly) February 25, 2017
What a day. A lovely lovely day. #atlww
— Liz Schriftsteller (@LizSchriftstell) February 25, 2017
I'm here waiting like: pic.twitter.com/Gp2FxrlsaI
— Eric Smith (@ericsmithrocks) February 25, 2017
— TCWhite (@theRealTCWhite) February 25, 2017
— Author Liz Lazarus (@liz_lazarus) February 25, 2017
— Samantha Fountain (@FountainWriter) February 25, 2017
— Ryan B (@RyanBWrites) February 25, 2017
Amazing speakers! Learning so many things I'm doing wrong! Thank you!! #atlww
— Kelley M Likes (@KelleyMLikes) February 25, 2017
— Ricki Cardenas (@RickiCardi) February 25, 2017