Mo Willems’ Keynote at Winter SCBWI Conference

Picture book advice from master Mo Willems.

Click the link below.

The Official SCBWI Conference Blog: Mo Willems’ Keynote: “Writing in 4 Easy Steps, 4 Kinda Harder Steps, and 1 Impossible Step”.

The Write Routine: The “Morning After”: One Conference Attendee’s Struggle

Writers Conferences are inspiring, exhausting, and addictive. They provide literary workers with information, support, inspiration, and so much fun it’s practically unbearable. Here are some reflections from a recent SCBWI (Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators) regional conference attendee. Click on the link below if you have recently attended a writers conference, or if you are thinking about signing up for one.

The Write Routine: The “Morning After”: One Conference Attendee’s Struggle.

Publishing Jargon Clarified, and More

If you have ever been confused by publishing jargon, here’s a resource to help. This blog, a reblogging service of the New England Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators, is also a wonderful resource.

SCBWI: Editorial Anonymous – an excellent resource for Kid LIt Industry Vocabulary and More « NESCBWI Kidlit Reblogger.

Rocky Mountain SCBWI Fall Conference

If you are interested in writing children’s books and you live on Colorado’s Front Range, consider attending the fall conference of the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators. More information about the conference (this Saturday and Sunday) and the organization can be found by clicking on the “Home” link below.

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The Official SCBWI Conference Blog

The Official SCBWI Conference Blog.

If you missed the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators winter conference in New York, check out this blog for interviews with many of the presenters.