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Carolyn P. Yoder

Carolyn is currently senior editor of Calkins Creek Books—the U.S. history imprint of Boyds Mills Press. Calkins Creek specializes in nonfiction and historical fiction picture books, chapter books, and novels. Carolyn is also the senior editor of history for Highlights for Children. She has written numerous articles on research and writing history for children and is the author of John Adams: The Writer; Becoming George Washington; and George Washington: The Writer. Carolyn spent a decade serving as the award-winning editor in chief of Cobblestone: The History Magazine for Young People; Calliope; Faces; and Odyssey, which led to her position as assistant publisher of Cobblestone Publishing, Inc., overseeing development of its book division. She has been a writer and an editor for the New Jersey Historical Society and the executive director of the New Hampshire Antiquarian Society. A freelance editor and writer, she lives in Lawrenceville, New Jersey.

Past Workshop: Whole Narrative Nonfiction 2012

Past Workshop: Nonfiction Writing for Children and Young Adults 2012

Past Workshop: Writing Nonfiction for Children and Young Adults 2013

Past Workshop: Carolyn P. Yoder’s Alumni Retreat 2013

Past Workshop: Writing Biographies 2013

Past Workshop: Carolyn P. Yoder’s Alumni Retreat August 2014

Past Workshop: Carolyn P. Yoder’s Alumni Retreat March 2014

Past Workshop: The Craft of Writing Short Nonfiction 2014

Past Workshop: Fact into Fiction: Writing the Historical Novel 2014