Summer Camp Scenes
Enjoy these pictures from this week’s Summer Camp!
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Author Clara Clark, left, joins Jill Mitchell, of Marstons Mills, Massachusetts, and Tracy Kyle of Woodbridge, Virginia, for moment of reviewing some of the author editions.
Charlene Kudrna of North Caton, Ohio, (left) and Tracie Lane of Front Royal, Virginia, take a moment to look at a few books
The children's book publishing market has changed dramatically through the years, and it's a challenge for authors to track buying patterns, trends, the influence of electronic media, and a host of other changes. Editor Michael Eisenberg shared his observations with conferees.
Editor Patty Gauch reviews a manuscript with a conferee.
Cabin, sweet cabin...
Book signing by Suzanne Fisher Staples (on right)
Conferee Tracey Kyle looks right at home!
You're looking forward to having your first book published. But how does it get promoted? What are you expected to do? What will the publisher do? Kerry McManus addressed those questions and more in her presentation on promotion Tuesday.
Matt Phelan, author and illustrator of the award-winning graphic novel,The Storm in the Barn, shares his ideas about creating graphic novels with conferees.
Noted science author Larry Pringle and writer Leslie Widener of McKinney, Texas, discuss different approaches to crafting engaging nonfiction books for young readers.
The need for nonfiction picture books is as great as ever and author Barb Rosenstock offered writers tips on how to create a nonfiction work that will attract the attention of editors and young readers.
Tracie Lane of Front Royal, Virginia, and editor Peter Jacobi discuss suggestions for her manuscript.
Clara Clark (left) and Tracy Kyle.
From the left: Tracy Kyle with authors Megan McDonald and Clara Clark; and editor Larry Rosler.
From the left: Jill Mitchell of Marstons Mills, Massachusetts, joins authors Megan McDonald and Clara Clark, and editor Larry Rosler at the conclusion of the Summer Camp for Writers.
Leslie Widener (left) and author Megan McDonald chat about Megan's speech, "Writer, Wrestler, Stutterer, Spy: Finding the Writer's Voice."
Maybe this is your year to join us for Summer Camp!
Posted on: July 16, 2015
Tags: summer camp