SCBWI Live-Blogged Conferences = Tons of Info

I don't highlight things like this as much as I should, but know that some conferences nowadays are live-blogged, allowing those who can't attend the event a glimpse at the informational sessions and presentations that go on. Of course, nothing takes the place of personally attending a conference (you get to pitch and network), but live-blogged conferences invite writers to pick up some tips.
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I don't highlight things like this as much as I should, but know that some conferences nowadays are live-blogged, allowing those who can't attend the event a glimpse at the informational sessions and presentations that go on. Of course, nothing takes the place of personally attending a conference (you get to pitch and network), but live-blogged conferences invite writers to pick up some tips.

Check Out These Great Upcoming Writers Conferences:

First off, SCBWI Western Washington live-blogged their conference here. Posts include information on the following:

  • Niche publicity and marketing.
  • Author Jay Asher's (13 Reasons Why) keynote address.
  • "Write like an author; revise like an editor."
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Second, another SCBWI chapter (Eastern Pennsylvania) also live-blogged their conference here. Posts include information on the following:

  • Author intensive on writing sci-fi and fantasy.
  • The picture book process.
  • All about Internet promotion.
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