Just in case you have not yet heard about this year's wonderful "SCBWI-AZ Welcome To Our House", I thought that I had better post the info. The faculty for this year's conference is stellar. Also, as in previous years, you are able to sign up for both portfolio and manuscript critiques. These are well worth the additional rate and give you 15 minutes of one-on-one time with a faculty member. Remember, critiques are filled on a first come first served basis, so get your packets in early. Here is some of the basic information about the, but there is lots more detail on the www.scbwi-az.org website under the "Events" Tab.
I hope to see you there.
Here is the information:
SCBWI ARIZONA PRESENTS WELCOME TO OUR HOUSE 2010
Words and Pictures
A Full Day Conference with Industry Professionals
Saturday, September 25, 2010
8:30 AM to 5:00 PM
Chaparral Suites Resort and Conference Center
5001 North Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale, Arizona 85250
FRANCESCO SEDITA - Publisher of Grosset & Dunlap and Price Stern Sloan, children's imprints at the Penguin Young Readers Group.
CLAUDIA GABEL - Senior Editor at Katherine Tegen Books, an imprint of HarperCollins Children's Books.
ANDREA WELCH - Editor at Beach Lane Books, a division of Simon and Schuster
JILL CORCORAN - Agent at Herman Agency representing middle grade and young adult authors
AMELIA ANDERSON - Senior Designer at Chronicle Books. Brogan
REGISTRATION FOR THE CONFERENCE INCLUDES:
First Page and First Look Panel Session
Q and A Panel Session
Manuscript and Portfolio Critiques (at an additional cost)
GENERAL REGISTRATION INFO
There is no online registration. Print and mail forms with checks and critique submissions.
www.scbwi.org Arizona Chapter Calendar
Arizona Conference Info Pages
GENERAL CRITIQUE INFO
Individual critiques will take place before and after the scheduled conference events and presentations. Each critique is 15 minutes. Submissions will be vetted by the conference committee before being assigned a critique slot. Submissions that do not meet the guidelines will not be eligible for critique. Critiquers include the featured faculty and traditionally published authors and illustrators.
Please remember that a critique is not a pitching session. It is your chance to get feedback and suggestions on how to improve and/or market your work. If your critiquer is an editor, art director, or agent, she/he will tell you if she/he would like you to send the project after the conference. However, this is not guaranteed.
NOTE: Two copies of one manuscript submission are required.
Hard copy portfolios must be accompanied by a CD version.
Illustrators requesting a portfolio critique may include one dummy if applicable.
BOOK BASKET DONATIONS: Please donate one new children's book to the SCBWI Book Basket. The books will be donated to a worthy non-profit organization in our region.
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