policyIn order to assure all attendees, staff members, and faculty have the most education and enjoyable experience while attending Pikes Peak Writers Conference, we’ve instituted some policies by which we expect everyone at our gathering to adhere to.

So you are familiar with our policies, please click the following links to read through what is expected of everyone.

Please note that the conference administration is working on a policy to cover the CoronaVirus and will post it here when it’s ready.  At this time, the conference is proceeding as planned with measures being taken to make attendance as safe as possible.

Pikes Peak Writers Conference Badge and Pass Transfer Policy

Conference badges, which allow for admission to conference sessions, are non-transferable unless prior permission is given by either the conference director or conference administrator. Please read the full policy before attempting to transfer a badge or meal pass.

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Code of Conduct

At Pikes Peak Writer’s Conference, we strive to provide the best experience possible. We pride ourselves on an event that is enjoyable, educational, friendly, and safe for our Faculty, Staff, Volunteers, and Attendees. Please click the “Read More” link to ensure you know what is expected of everyone at all PPW events.

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Refund Policy

Please review our cancellation policies to ensure there are no surprises if you need to cancel your Pikes Peak Writers Conference registration.

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Payment Plan Policy

If you plan on taking advantage of our payment plan registration system, please review the full policy regarding this plan.

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Consignment Policy

If you intend on selling books at Pikes Peak Writers Conference, please read the bookstore consignment policy to ensure you are prepared to work with our wonderful bookstore staff. Because of space considerations, we can’t accept all books from everyone, so before you haul books to PPWC, ensure you know what is accepted and what is not.

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Underage Attendees

For all Pikes Peak Writers events, including, but not limited to, Pikes Peak Writers Conference, Write Brains, Open Critique, and Writer’s Night, attendees must be age 16 or older. Anyone under 18 years of age must have a parent sign a waiver in the presence of a Pikes Peak Writers volunteer to allow their minor attendance. Please click the “Read More” link to read the full underage attendee policy.

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