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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As a part of this month’s focus on conferences, we reached out to Kim Turrisi, the Director of Special Projects at the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators, as she’s been working alongside Lin Oliver, the SCBWI’s Executive Director, … 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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