Call for Proposals: Conference on Community Writing: Activating Radical Imagination – Feb 5
Posted by Coalition for Community Writing on January 31, 2023
The Coalition for Community Writing (CCW) is happy to remind you that our proposal submission portal is open for the October 12-14, 2023, conference in Denver, and we will be accepting proposals until February 5, 2023.
We’re very much looking forward to reviewing all of your proposals and hope to have decisions for you by mid-April, when we will open registration.
We want to offer some advice about this submission system we’re using. It requires 2 steps, so please plan accordingly with the deadline in mind. First, you will be asked to upload your general information (you can do this at any time). Because this platform is currently only being used for submissions, the price says “Free.” That just means it’s free to submit. When we open registration in April, the platform will update to a registration option. While we don’t have exact prices yet, you can expect registration to be comparable to past in-person CCW’s and other professional conferences.
After you submit part 1, you’ll receive an email from Whova (the platform company) thanking you for your interest and inviting you to click a button labeled “Submission Form” to submit your actual proposal. When you click to submit, you’ll see the basic form questions about your proposal, and there is an upload icon for you to submit your proposals.
Here is the main conference webpage, where you’ll find all updates and our Call for Proposals.
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