About the SVWW

Welcome Writers and Illustrators!

A Note from Marsha Hubler, Coordinator

This blog informs writers & illustrators of every genre about the Susquehanna Valley Writers Luncheon being held at the Carriage Corner Restaurant in Mifflinburg, PA.


The Susquehanna Valley Writers Luncheons and Workshops started back in 2004 when a group of writers in the Susquehanna Valley in PA decided to have their own conference instead of traveling great distances to attend others. Since the first workshop was held in the spring with one faculty member and 33 in attendance in a library social room, the conference then moved to a local church, then to the Best Western Country Cupboard Inn, Lewisburg, PA,  averaging five on faculty and 60 conferees for a few years.  Lately, the conference has become a luncheon in the fall, meeting at the Carriage Corner Restaurant in Mifflinburg, PA.

Various genres have been represented every year with paid private critiques, peer critique sessions, and workshops that challenge the conferees to hone their skills to the best of their ability. The conference was specifically designed to help authors at all levels of their writing. The luncheon is simply a time of fellowship and sharing, and writers of all genres are welcome.

Thanks for stopping by!

Marsha Hubler, coordinator


2 responses to “About the SVWW

  1. Congratulations for your blog. Your posts are very interesting.

  2. Interested in registering for the conference? Click on the “SVWW Registration Form and Perks Guidelines” on the Home Page.

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