Archive for the ‘Writing Conferences’ Category

  • My two careers: mother and writer

    Monday, May 7th, 2012

    I finished my synthesis paper to get in-service credit for the Read, wRite, Revise conference. In the process of writing it, I had this epiphany about my two careers. Below is my paper. Life is Hard by Docena Holm               This paper will be my thoughts on what I’ve learned about writing from the […]

  • Drum Roll, I heard back from Stephen Fraser. What’s next?

    Thursday, April 26th, 2012

    Sigh. I wish I could report that all my dreams came true with Stephen Fraser's critique. Not so. He e-mailed me back his critique the same day Carol sent my 2000 words. That was fast. It was a critique of my 2000 words, just as promised. It was good to hear his perspective and get […]

  • Life After Project Writeway

    Tuesday, April 17th, 2012

    My last post was before the winner of Project Writeway was announced and then I won! I actually won! You can read the announcement. Throwing Up Words. I've also pasted it below. I sent my 2000 words, cover letter, and synopsis off last Friday. Carol Lynch Williams confirmed that she sent it to Stephen Fraser […]

  • Read, wRite, Revise: Annual Children’s Literature Writing Conference

    Wednesday, March 7th, 2012

    Do You Write for Children?   Annual Writing Conference—April 20–21, 2012 Read, wRite, and Revise A conference for readers, writers, teachers, and librarians of children’s literature Speakers include: Literary agent Kate Schafer Testerman BSU Literacy Department educators Sherry Dismuke and Susan Martin Established authors Alane Ferguson, Gloria Skurzynski, and Matthew Kirby Debut authors Kate Kae […]