West Virginia Writers is pleased to announce the return of its Summer Conference. The 2021 Conference will be held June 11-13, 2021 at Cedar Lakes Conference Center in Ripley, WV.

We have a printable registration form which you can write on (or type on) and mail with a check, or, you can register electronically via PayPal.

WV Writers does not manage room reservations at Cedar Lakes. Please use the Cedar Lakes Room Reservation Form for that (postmarked April 8 or later). While walk-ins are accepted, attendees are strongly advised to reserve Cedar Lakes rooms and meals sooner rather than later.

The mailing address to send the form to Cedar Lakes is: 82 FFA Dr., Ripley, WV 25271.

For those who have attended our conferences before, the Assembly Hall and Classroom Buildings have been demolished as part of a large renovation project undertaken by Cedar Lakes. So, our layout will differ from that of previous years. Specifically, we will be using parts of the Dining Hall for some of our classroom space, and Jackson Hall will serve many of the functions the Assembly Hall once did.

Please note that in the interest of continued health and safety, Covid restrictions might be in place at Cedar Lakes during the conference. These may include face coverings, social distancing, using hand sanitizer, and session sign in sheets for contact tracing purposes - and perhaps others. We respectfully ask that you abide by the guidance provided by Cedar Lakes, the Jackson County Health Department, the State of West Virginia, and the Centers for Disease Control.

Also be aware that this conference is very much a moving target, and likely will remain such, as long as Covid remains a factor in our lives. With this said, we are working as hard as we can to make it as close to a normal Summer Conference as possible, and will provide you appropriate health and logistic updates as we have them. Thank you very much for your ongoing patience as we work through this together.

Lastly - we look forward to finally seeing you at Cedar Lakes. It's been far too long.