An important update!
Because these three sessions sold out so fast, each faculty member has agreed to do an additional session:
Jen Rofe - The 'So What?' Factor
Andrea Welch - Ten Essential Picture Book Elements - How Does Your Manuscript Measure Up?
Ari Lewin - First Pages: In-Depth Analysis of the Very Best Ways To Start A Novel
There are just a few spots left in:
Bonnie Bader - Developing Your Hook
Deborah Halverson - Writing for Teens? Then Think Like One
Josh Adams - Building A Brand: Marketing Yourself and Your Work
Krista Marino - Show It, Don’t Tell It! Making Your Voice Stronger
Linda Sue Park - Spitshine: Putting The Final Polish On Your Novel
Ann Whitford Paul - The C.P.R.: Character, Plot, Rhythm - of Picture Books
And these workshops are filling fast:
Emma Dryden - Independent and Self-Publishing: Best Practices
Ellen Hopkins - Building a Career Through Self-Promotion
Melissa Stewart - Four Steps To A Stronger Nonfiction Manuscript
Sonya Sones - Should Your Tomes Be Written In Poems: Crafting the Novel in Verse
Dan Yaccarino - From Inspiration to Publication: The Essentials of a Picture Book
A Morning With 9 Agents - Josh Adams (Adams Literary); Jaime Weiss Chilton (Andrea Brown Literary Agency); Stefanie Von Borstel (Full Circle Literary); Jill Corcoran (Herman Agency); Natalie M. Lakosil (Bradford Literary Agency); Karen Grencik (Red Fox Literary Agency); Linda Pratt (Wernick & Pratt Agency); Deborah Warren (East West Literary Agency); Ken Wright (Writer's House.)
Jill Corcoran - How to Write a Query Letter
Eddie Gamarra - Adapting Your Work for Film or Television
Ellen Hopkins - Creating the Really Truly Real Teen Characters
Ann Whitford Paul - Rhyme Time in Poetry and Picture Books
Dan Yaccarino - How To Do Successful School Presentations
Bonnie Bader - Leveled Readers
An Afternoon with 8 Agents - Stefanie Von Borstel (Full Circle Literary); Jaime Weiss Chilton (Andrea Brown Literary); Natalie M. Lakosil (Bradford Literary Agency); Karen Grencik (Red Fox Literary Agency); Julie Kane-Ritsch (Gotham Group); Linda Pratt (Wernick & Pratt Agency); Deborah Warren (East West Literary Agency); Ken Wright (Writer's House.)
Last year the conference sold out. To make sure you get into the intensive that you want, now's the time to register!
You can find out more about the conference and these remarkable intensive opportunities - and the homework some of them require - here.
Illustrate and Write On,