WritersWeekly Trivia Question for 02/07/19

WritersWeekly Trivia Question for 02/07/19

Congrats to Woody Wilson for being the first to correctly answer that the organizers of the conferences are the ones who profit from them.


According to last week’s issue of WritersWeekly, who mainly profits from publishing industry “conferences?”

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