Photos from our “Staying On Track” conference

Wow!  What a fabulous weekend, complete with an amazing and accessible faculty, serious writers and illustrators, an idyllic setting, and beautiful weather!  I’m still riding high on the success of our “Staying On Track” weekend and hope that those of you who attended were inspired to go home and dive back into your writing and illustrating.  Here are a few photos from the conference:

Mary Bowman-Kruhm, Cathy Reef, Ed Sullivan, and Sue Poduska getting to know each other at the speaker dinner.

Betsy Woods starting off the day with a creativity session.

Sterling Editor, Meredith Mundy, leading the Picture Book Track

Feiwel & Friends Editor, Liz Szabla, and Transatlantic Literary Agent, Andrea Cascardi, enjoying a break.

The "No Holds Barred" Q & A Panel with Andrea Cascardi, John Coy, Liz Szabla, and Stephanie Stuve-Bodeen

Participants in the "First Pages" Session

David LaRochelle, Susan Detwiler, Ed Sullivan, Stephanie Stuve-Bodeen, and Lauren Stringer signing books.

All the faculty at the final Q & A session

Author John Coy and Agent Andrea Cascardi leading the Middle Grade Track

Illustrator Lauren Stringer, author Stephanie Stuve-Bodeen, and author John Coy relaxing at the end of the weekend.

If anyone has more photos, please feel free to send them to us to post!

Sorry about the formatting of this post!  Can’t seem to get rid of the spaces.

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About ediehemingway

I am an author of children's middle grade novels and the Regional Advisor for the MD/DE/WV SCBWI chapter.
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3 Responses to Photos from our “Staying On Track” conference

  1. Arlene Finocchiaro says:

    The conference was a wonderful learning experience. The picture book track really helped me understand the “craft” of the picture book process.

    On the end of conference survey, I sometimes don’t know enough to put down for recommended speakers. I did run across one picture book author who gives presentations and is prolific–Barbara Bottner. She has a wonderful website so authors can check out her books and services.

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