Conference Interview Round Up

T-minus 4 days until our conference “On the Road to Sparkling Children’s Literature” !!! Are you excited about our amazing speakers coming to  the Claggett Conference Center in Buckeystown, MD? Just to be sure, I am here to pump you up!

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No, Hans and Franz will not be appearing (now wouldn’t that be a hoot?), but our faculty totally has them beat. We had a number of terrific interviews here at ATEB when many of them checked into the Cyber Cafe for a chat. Check out the links below to reread them:

Reiko Davis

Kirsten Hall

Ariane Szu-Tu

Emma Ledbetter

Calista Brill

Miranda Paul

Sarah Sullivan

John Micklos

Marc Tyler Nobleman

David Teague

Grab a cup of your favorite beverage, put you feet up and enjoy these interviews. I’ll be back later in the week for a pre-conference wrap up.

Happy writing and illustrating!!

 

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About Susan Mannix

Susan worked as a biomedical research editor for the Department of the Navy for fourteen years and has been a member of SCBWI since 2007. She writes young adult and middle grade novels. When she isn’t writing, she spends her time doing all things horses, including attending her teenaged daughters’ many competitions. Susan lives in Maryland on a small farm with her husband, two children, an adorable black lab, two cats, and three horses.
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  1. Pingback: More On the Road to Sparkling Children’s Literature conference news! | As the Eraser Burns

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