Tag Archives: Conferences

Going to the ALA Annual Conference in San Francisco this week? Be sure to meet the TBA authors who’ll be there too: Saturday, June 27, 9:00 a.m.–10:00 a.m.   Exhibit Hall, booth 1022 Sheila Grau, author of the popular middlegrade … Continue reading

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Hello everyone!  As you might know, this week we wrapped up the Bologna Book Fair!  So, we thought it would be handy to give a little insight as to what happens at these international book fairs, in advance of Gemma’s … Continue reading

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To round off our month of blogging about conferences, we have a post from the archives from Jenny… Say you are an author looking for a literary agent and you go to a conference.  And there are literary agents at … Continue reading

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A lot of writers tell me they often don’t know what authors and editors want out of them at conferences. Is there a right way or a wrong way to do things at a conference? How prepared should they be? … Continue reading

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This month is all about conferences on the blog, so we’ve asked some TBA clients a question: “What is the most important thing you’ve learned at a conference?”Lori Roy  Edgar-award winning author of BENT ROAD and the forthcoming LET ME … Continue reading

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I’ve finally thawed out from my trip to New York and I’m already wishing I were back, chiefly because the annual SCBWI Winter Conference was such a good time. I had the good fortune to speak on a panel with … Continue reading

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This month on the blog we are talking conferences – how to act, what to expect — and we’ll also be sharing some great stories about what our clients have learned at various conferences. To kick us off, I’ve interviewed … Continue reading

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