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Can't attend the March SCBWI MD/DE/WV Regional Conference but itching for a critique? Written Critiques Now Available for $60 each! Register by February 5! Don’t miss this chance to get detailed written feedback on your work from an industry professional!

NOTE: This is not a live event. You will submit your manuscript pages, dummy, or portfolio electronically by February 7, 2020, and will receive a written critique via email by March 13, 2020. You will have the opportunity to ask up to 3 follow-up questions via email after receiving your critique.

Virtual Critiques available from:

Veronica Bartles (author), Critiquing: Picture book manuscript – fiction; Picture book manuscript – nonfiction; Middle grade fiction; Young adult fiction. (No horror).

Kat Brzozowski (editor, Swoon Reads/Feiwal & Friends (Macmillan)). Critiquing: Picture book manuscript – nonfiction; Early reader/chapter book fiction; Early reader/chapter book nonfiction; Middle grade fiction; Middle grade nonfiction; Young adult fiction; Young adult nonfiction; Poetry/novels in verse.

Tara Gonzalez (agent, Erin Murphy Literary Agency). Critiquing: Early reader/chapter book fiction, Early reader/chapter book nonfiction, Middle grade fiction, Middle grade nonfiction, Young adult fiction, Young adult nonfiction, Poetry/novels in verse, Graphic novels, Graphic novel dummy.

Jim Hoover (art director, Viking Children’s Books). Critiquing: Graphic novel dummy; Picture book dummy; Illustrator portfolio review.

Kathy MacMillan (author). Critiquing: Picture book manuscript – fiction, Picture book manuscript – nonfiction, Early reader/chapter book fiction, Early reader/chapter book nonfiction, Middle grade fiction, Middle grade nonfiction, Young adult fiction, Young adult nonfiction.

Regan Winter (editorial assistant, Little, Brown Books for Young Readers). Critiquing: Picture book manuscript – fiction, Early reader/chapter book fiction, Middle grade fiction, Young adult fiction, Graphic novels, Graphic novel dummy, Picture book dummy. (No historical fiction or high fantasy.)

Register now for:

Manuscript critiques

What you’ll submit: The first 10 pages of your manuscript, double-spaced and following formatting guidelines which will be sent to you after your registration is confirmed. (Note: Picture book/board book authors may submit one manuscript only. A picture book or board book manuscript is considered one submission, though it will probably be much fewer than 10 pages. If your submission is fewer than 10 pages, you may also include a cover letter if you wish.)

Illustrator Portfolio Reviews and Dummy Critiques

What you’ll submit: For a portfolio review, you will submit up to 20 images either as a link to your website portfolio or as a single pdf file. For a graphic novel or picture book dummy critique, you will submit your dummy as a single pdf file.

Registration closes February 5, 2020 at midnight Eastern time. Register now at

https://mddewv.scbwi.org/events/written-critiques-2/

 
#1 - February 03, 2020, 05:58 AM
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I checked last night and it said they were all sold out :-/
#2 - February 03, 2020, 04:56 PM
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