Fall Conference


Fall Conference 2022 

Sept 22-24, 2022

Providence Renewal Centre, Edmonton, Alberta


 2022 FALL Writing Contest Coming Soon

Contest winners will be announced at the 2022 Fall Conference.


Award winners will be announced at the 2022 Fall Conference. Find out how you can be an award recipient HERE. (open for members only)


Connect. Learn. Grow.

InScribe Christian Writers’ Fellowship sponsors and hosts a three-day conference every year in September.  In 2020, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we hosted our very first Virtual Fall Conference. We condensed our three-day conference into two days of information, participation, and inspiration. We are always excited to connect with many more of you from across Canada in new ways – and while you will learn more about the craft of writing, our emphasis is to come together again.

Fall Conference gives writers an opportunity to come together for inspiration, motivation, and to learn more about the craft of writing. Each year InScribe is pleased to feature a seasoned author, publisher, or other experts as the conference keynote speaker. Plus, we offer a variety of workshop topics and presenters. We make time for getting to know other writers or personal creative time. If you want feedback on your writing, join blue pencil. This is a weekend where writers—whether they are seasoned or just beginning—can connect for fellowship, encouragement, and support.

At the Fall Conference each year we hold the Inscribe Annual General Meeting.

In conjunction with the conference each year, InScribe members are called to enter their submissions in our annual Fall Writing Contest.



Grace Fox is the author of 12 books, a member of the “First 5” writing team (P31 Ministries) and a contributor to Guideposts’ annual devotional, Mornings With Jesus. She also co-hosts the podcast “Your Daily Bible Verse.” A career missionary for nearly 30 years, Grace lives aboard a sailboat in Vancouver, British Columbia. Married in 1982, she and her husband celebrate three grown kids and eleven grandchildren.


Her latest release, Keeping Hope Alive: Devotions for Strength in the Storm, is available wherever Christian books are sold. https://www.hendricksonrose.com/p/keeping-hope-alive/9781649380517


You can subscribe to Grace’s weekly devotional blog and monthly update on her website – www.gracefox.com/blog






Workshop Presenter: Glynis Belec

How to be a Children’s Writer in 500 Easy Steps (And Other Tall Tales)


This is a presentation for emerging and new children’s authors; those who are looking to learn the ropes, explore what one needs to write for children, some tips and thoughts on the business of writing; the different age levels and criteria for each; audience, and some basic techniques for writing for children.

Glynis Belec is an award-winning Children’s Author, Speaker, Freelancer, and winner of a trophy holding her breath the longest under water. She counts her writing a success when her words cleverly cling together to bring hope and glory to God and a smile on the face of her readers.

Note: This workshop will be presented by Glynis via ZOOM at conference. 

#1 UNANSWERED QUESTIONS-responding through poetry and prose. There are personal questions on our hearts. Often the dialogue around these questions shows up in our writing, whether we write fiction or non-fiction, creative or technical prose, the questions of our heart are often the meat and potatoes of what we serve our reader. This mean diving into those unanswered, tricky, uncomfortable, or awkward questions is key to not only spiritual growth, but vocational impact. This workshop makes space for those questions, in a respectful, private way. It uses poetry to allow the things on our heart to come to the surface, take shape and be transformed in prayer back to God. Come with your questions, bring paper and pen, and be open to the process. I will not leave you hanging, or if I do, you’ll be in good hands, as we trust the things on our heart to the Lord, together.

#2 POETRY AS PILGRIMAGE. On the journey, there are spiritual practices that help lift us up when we are down, that serve to renew our hope, and give us energy to soar, on wings, like eagles. I explore seven of these historical Christian spiritual practices in my new book, LONGINGS OF THE SOUL, A POETIC RESPONSE. This workshop offers writers in all stages a chance to sit with the longings on their heart and explore practices such as Solitude. Silence. Contemplation. Forgiveness. Presence. Vocational Alignment with our spiritual gifting and taking a Sabbath-like Day of Rest. We will talk about each one and participate in hands-on writing exercises to flesh out which one(s) speak to you where you’re at. This workshop is soulful and intentional. Thoughtful, creative and prayerful. Bring pen and paper and come to be blessed. 

Workshop Presenter:

Dayna Mazzuca

Dayna Mazzuca is a long-time member of Inscribe who enjoys writing and speaking. Her formal background is in Journalism, Philosophy and Spiritual Formation. She has nine books of poetry published, the latest one, LONGINGS OF THE SOUL, A POETIC RESPONSE, focusing on seven spiritual practices that lift our heart to God. Dayna brings a dynamic and interactive approach to her workshops and has received great feedback. She’s online at www.daynamazzuca.com





Workshop Presenter: Raelynn Reimer

Building Your Brand on Instagram: How to Market Yourself Effectively

This workshop digs into the importance of effectively branding yourself and creating a compelling Instagram feed that will attract your niche market. Raelynn will show you how to properly market your work using branding, hashtags, and top Instagram features that will help land your feed in the path of potential readers, publishers and other within your field.

Raelynn is a top social selling leader and leads a team of nearly 1000 women, teaching them how to effectively build their business using Instagram and Facebook. With a background in marketing and communications, she has become a student of Instagram, mastering the art of social media marketing.


Workshop Presenter: Lea Storry

Write Stuff: Preserve your memories-not your stuff

For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also. Luke 12:34

Stuff-we all have it. Some of us want to streamline our lives, while others are looking to downsize. Whatever the reasons, along with stuff, come memories – the dining room set that hosted family suppers and celebrations, the t-shirt that you bought at a rock legend’s concert or the piece of pottery made by a close friend. These things hold stories. So let’s tell them. This way we can keep the story and give the object away.

Workshop contains:

  • writing exercises
  • instruction in finding focus
  • delving into Christianity and clutter
  • discussions about memories, mindfulness and passing down our stories.

Lea Storry is a published writer, editor, indie publisher and Christian. She knows that she can’t hold onto things just for the memories — it’s the stories that matter, not the stuff. Lea has also instructed classes on memoir writing, creative writing, journaling, blogging, Kijji, and using social media.