SCBWI

Society of
Children's Book Writers
and Illustrators

July: Webinar Video Replays

Date/Time
Date(s) - 07/01/2021 - 07/31/2021
12:00 am


Did you miss these events?

 

WEBINAR VIDEO REPLAYS

For the month of July 2021 ONLY

Register for one, two, or all three! Watch anytime on your own
schedule through the month of July.

Registration begins July 1.

Please note: replay video links will be sent by midnight of the day of registration

 


 

Mae Respicio

Mae Respicio

Lisa Moore Ramée

Lisa Moore Ramée

AFTER THE FIRST BOOK
A Conversation with middle grade authors, Lisa Moore Ramée, author of SOMETHING TO SAY and Mae Respicio, author of ANY DAY WITH YOU.

Lisa and Mae discuss managing second book pressures and deadlines, changing publishers or genres, marketing in a pandemic, and creating a splash without the debut flash.

Moderated by Marin County Coordinator Jen Gennari, author of Muffled.

 


 

PICTURE BOOK DEEP DIVE
Dim Sum Yum Book CoverA behind-the-scenes look at taking a picture book from concept to publication with author Natasha Yim, editor Alyssa Mito-Pusey, illustrator Violet Kim, and book designer Jon Simeon.

Have you ever wondered about the behind-the-scenes process of how a picture book gets acquired and created? The author, illustrator, editor, and book designer of the recently published LUNA’S YUM YUM DIM SUM, part of Charlesbridge Publishing’s Story Math series, will take you through the development of a picture book from concept to publication.

 


 

WRITING FOR THE CHILDREN’S MAGAZINE MARKET

Colette Weil Parrinello

Colette Weil Parrinello

A Discussion of the Ins and Outs of Writing for Magazines with Colette Weil Parrinello and Natasha Yim.

Natasha Yim, author

Natasha Yim, author

The children’s magazine market is a good way to get your foot in the door in a very competitive publishing industry, get a byline, and build your writing resume. Magazines need more content, can provide ample opportunities for writers, and most of the time, you get to see your work in print a lot faster than publishing a book. Colette Weil Parrinello and Natasha Yim take you through the process of searching for magazines looking for submissions, crafting a query letter, researching topics, finding primary and secondary sources, and the pros and cons of writing for children’s magazines.

 

 


 

NOTE:  An email incorrectly listed WRITING OUTSIDE YOUR LANE with Linda Sue Park as a part of this replay series. We’re sorry for the confusion. We will be hosting a one-time replay event of Writing Outside Your Lane as a separate event. If you have any questions about this, please contact Co-Regional Advisor Colleen Riordan at sfnortheastbay-ra@scbwi.org.

 


WEBINAR VIDEO REPLAYS

Webinar Video Replays
Month of July 2021
SCBWI Members: $5 for each event replay; $12 for all three
Non-Members: $8 each or $18 for all three
No Registration Deadline. The Access link will be provided when the registration is processed and payment received.

Questions? Contact co-Assistant Regional Advisor Natasha Yim for more information: sfnortheastbay-ara@scbwi.org