Would you like to
Take a hands-on intensive where you get to hear James Dashner, author of The Maze Runner, talk to his editor Krista Marino about world building?
Have the opportunity to read the first 500 words of your manuscript out loud - and get instant feedback from an editor or agent?
Attend a breakout session on Creating Cover Art with Scholastic Creative Director Elizabeth Parisi?
Get the scoop on Writing Leveled Readers from Associate Publisher and Editor Bonnie Bader?
Get Your Illustration Portfolio in the Showcase, and have your work seen by over two-hundred specially invited art directors, editors and agents from children's publishing?
These are all opportunities you can seize by registering for the upcoming SCBWI Winter Conference, February 6-8, 2015. The intensives are Friday, and the main conference runs Saturday and Sunday.
It's an incredible chance to take part of the inspiration, craft, business, and community of SCBWI... and the New York conference offers unique opportunities to advance your career that you won't find elsewhere.
So, with all the holidays coming up, consider giving yourself and your writing and/or illustrating career the gift of joining us in New York for one amazing weekend!
Find out all the details and register here.
Illustrate and Write On,
p.s. - Check out the inside scoop from SCBWI Team Blog on:
The Writer's Roundtable Intensive,
The World Building Intensive,
Associate Publisher Stephanie Lurie's take on the keynote Editor's Panel,
Senior Editor Jessica Dandino Garrison's breakout session Rules for Picture Book Making and Why We Sometimes Break Them, and
Senior Editor Ben Rosenthal's breakout sessions on Creating Nonfiction and Thrillers and Mysteries!