SCBWI WWA events:
January Northern Network Meeting2018. Doesn't that sound like a year full of possibilities? Is one of your New Year's resolutions to write/ illustrate more? Let's ring IN the New Year with a Write-IN/ Draw-IN! Bring a current project to work on. Nothing current happening? I'll have some writing/ drawing prompts to get those creative juices flowing!
Wednesday, January 3, 7:00 p.m., The Bellingham Barnes & Noble (4099 Meridian Street) Questions? Email Rebecca at email@example.com.
The Critique Group Road Show
Seattle on January 3rd at Victrola Coffee and Art in Seattle (411 15th Ave E) at 8 pm! Come out and learn a proven method for critique group success. Bring 3-5 pages of your work-in-progress for feedback.
January 13th at 10am-1pm at the Charles Pink House on Lawrence in Port Townsend. Space is limited, so RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Monthly MeetingJanuary 10
January meeting with Michèle Griskey and Megan Kelso. Demaray Hall at SPU, 7-9. Find more details here.
The Great Critique
The Great Critique! Preregistration required.
Debut launch for Rachel Lynn Solomon's YOU'LL MISS ME WHEN I'M GONE at University Bookstore.
Special Storytime with Philomena O'Neill and WILLA THE BEAR at Third Place Books in Seward Park.
Kerri Kokias launches her picture book debut, SNOW SISTERS, at University Bookstore! Kerri will also be doing a special storytime at the University Bookstore in Mill Creek on January 10.
Join Elizabeth Rose Stanton as she introduces BUB and launches her latest picture book at Third Place Books Seward Park!
Matt de la Peña and Loren Long bring some LOVE to Seattle. The event is hosted by Third Place and open to the public, but will be held at Giddens School.
Lois V. Harris talks about her middle-grade book, LOTTA CRABTREE, GOLD RUSH FAIRY STAR, accompanied with a slideshow about the entertainment world of America’s first comedienne at Third Place Books LFP.
Check out the lineup for the Children's International Film Festival.
Events will be added periodically. Did we miss something?
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