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Indiana Conference April 11-12, 2014
« on: March 09, 2014, 01:05 PM »
Indiana SCBWI is hosting our annual conference in April. You can download the conference brochure all the details here. Register on our region's conference event page.


Friday evening, April 11 and all day Saturday, April 12, 2014
Canyon Inn, McCormick's Creek State Park
451 McCormick Creek Park Road - Spencer, IN

Featuring:
LeUyen Pham, Keynote Speaker, Author/Illustrator
Minju Chang, Agent at BookStop Literary
Grace Kendall, Editor at Blue Sky Press/Scholastic
Erica Finkel, Editor at Abrams/Amulet
Maria Middleton, Art Director at Abrams
Barbara Fisch & Sarah Shealy, Blue Slip Media marketing firm
Indiana Authors Mike Mullin, Janna Matthies, Laurie Gray, & Alina Klein


SCBWI Members after 2/28: $135
Non-Member after 2/28: $160
Registration closes April 4.


This isn't in the brochure, but we've added an Open Mic session after the conference ends on Saturday. The Open Mic time will be from 4:45 - 6:45. You may sign up to read 3 min from your manuscript and receive anonymous written comments from all those listening. Anyone who would like to stay to listen to these may. There will be a sign-up sheet Saturday morning at the registration table to read during the Open Mic time. There are 22 slots available.
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Offline Liz Straw

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Re: Indiana Conference April 11-12, 2014
« Reply #1 on: April 12, 2014, 09:14 PM »
The conference was great!
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