Prepare to be inspired at TAA’s 2019 academic authoring conference!

It’s time to register, make your travel plans, and prepare to be inspired at TAA’s 32nd Annual Textbook & Academic Authoring Conference! The conference will be held June 14-15, 2019 at the beautiful Wyndham Hotel located in charming and historic Old City, Philadelphia.

TAA’s conference features sessions presented by veteran authors and industry experts who will share their knowledge, tips, and strategies to help you increase your publishing success. You will have opportunities for hands-on instruction, interactive Q&A, one-on-one mentoring, and peer learning on a wide range of authoring and publishing topics.

This is a conference well worth attending. Here’s what past TAA conference attendees have to say:

“What a great conference! I came away inspired to write many more articles, book chapters and books. The conference gave the tools to accomplish that. It was a great friendly mix of authors at all stages of writing willing to share, mentor and interact.”
~ Betsy Stringam, Professor, New Mexico State University

“I love attending this conference year after year! It’s fun, inspiring and educational! I always leave motivated to start writing, researching or both!” ~ Pat Maruca, Asst. Dean, Point Loma Nazarene University

“This conference is an invaluable resource for getting detailed, practical information from published authors and advice not found through any other means. I would highly recommend attending to all aspiring academic authors.”
~ Susan Bontly, Doctoral Candidate, New Mexico State University

“TAA’s Conference consistently provides me with actionable advice, access to helpful guidance by legal, accounting, and media professionals, and invaluable networking opportunities. It’s my annual ‘retreat’ to share experiences with others who work in the rather solitary profession of textbook authoring.”
~ Kevin Patton, A&P Textbook Author

“The ideas and strategies discussed at TAA related to effective writing, time management, and meaningful productivity were immensely helpful and have changed my approach to academic and professional responsibilities.”
~ Max Walling, Assoc. Director, Sam Houston State University

“The most striking aspect of a TAA conference is the feeling of welcome and collaboration. The small size of the group allows personal connections that last.”
~ Frank Carrano, Emeritus Professor, University of Rhode Island

Don’t miss out on the outstanding program, networking, and opportunity to gain inspiration for your writing projects. Early registration rates end on April 15. All rates increase by $50 after that date.

About Maureen Foerster

Director of Institutional Memberships & Meetings / Newsletter Editor
Text and Academic Authors Association