Fees, Lodging and Meals
Full Conference fee: $200
Conference Fee, one day only (Sept. 6-7): $50
Lecture only (Sept 7): $35
Asilomar Lodging and Meals:
Room type: Standard** Historic*
Single room: $888 for 4 nights $712 for 4 nights $178 for 1 night
Double: $560 for 4 nights/ person $496 for 4 nights $125 for 1 night/person
3 or 4 to a room: $433 for 4 nights/ person
This price includes all meals.
* Historic rooms feature hardwood floors, rustic California furnishings and private baths.
** Standard rooms are more contemporary than the Historic Rooms, carpeted, and include a private bathroom and shower.
Registration is through the conference organizers.
Best Western Hotel Tomo Kabuki Hotel
1800 Sutter Street (at Buchanan) 1625 Post Street
TEL 415-921-4000 TEL 415-922-3200
Register directly with the hotel.
For international travelers: San Francisco International Airport is recommended. Transportation to Hotel Tomo or Hotel Kabuki in San Francisco by taxi or by shuttle.
At start of the conference, from San Francisco to the Asilomar Conference Center:
A bus will be available leaving Hotel Kabuki on Sept 5 at 9:00 AM to drive to Point Lobos, then on to Asilomar for $40. (Note: Hotel Tomo is in walking distance of Hotel Kabuki).
At the completion of the conference, from Pacific Grove to San Francisco:
A bus will be available leaving Pacific Grove on Sept 9 at 1:00 PM to San Francisco to Hotel Kubuki by way of Carmel (for sightseeing and shopping) for $40.
For one day attendance, September 6-7 only, a bus will be available from the Hotel Kabuki on September 6 and return on September 7.
Call for Papers:
Submit a proposal for paper and/or performance to be presented at the conference to Alison Woolpert (firstname.lastname@example.org) by May 31, 2012. In the proposal provide a title and a short description of the presentation. For publication of papers in the conference proceedings a summary of 250 to 350 words is required by June 30, 2012.
Papers should be no more than 20 minutes in length. Performances no more than 30 minutes.
Submit Poems: Registered participants are asked to submit 3-5 haiku or tanka for the Conference Anthology by June 1, 2012 (one poem from each participant will be published.)
Please send 3-5 previously unpublished poems to Susan Antolin at email@example.com.