Book Country at the San Francisco Writers Conference 2015

Posted by February 11th, 2015

San Francisco Writers Conference 2015Starting this Thursday, February 12th, I’ll be representing Book Country at the San Francisco Writers Conference 2015. BC member Andrea Dunlop will be there as well, on behalf of Girl Friday Productions. I’m also hearing that other members are going to the conference. Please chime into this discussion board and let us know if you’ll be there, too!

Here’s my event schedule–if you’ll be there, please come say hi!

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12th
3:00 – 4:30 p.m.
Barclay, 2
Pitchathon: Getting Feedback on Your Children’s, Middle Grade, or Young Adult Pitch 
Gennifer Choldenko, Kate Chynoweth, Eric Elfman, Lucy Silag, Hallie Warshaw. Moderator: Regina Brooks

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13th
3:45-4:30 p.m
Stanford, M
ASSEMBLING THE BUILDING BLOCKS FOR SUCCESS: How Social Media, and Free Online Workshops and Resources Can Build Your Writing Community
Andrea Dunlop, Lucy Silag. Moderator: tc

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14th
3:00-3:45 p.m.
Barclay, 2
YOUNG ADULT FIRST PAGE CRITIQUES: Get Feedback on Your Work 
Kate Chynoweth, Alexandra Cooper, Eric Elfman, Lucy Silag, Hallie Warshaw. Moderator: Carlie Webber

5:00-6:30 p.m.
Peacock Court, L
ASK THE PROS: A Pitch-and-Ask Session with Editors and Publishing Professionals 
Charles Adams, Domenica Alioto, Nina Amir, Jim Azevedo, Catharine Bramkamp, Frances Caballo, Alexandra Cooper,Brenda Copeland, Andrea Dunlop, Grant Faulkner, Mercedes Fernandez, Lee Foster, Cynthia Frank, Joel Friedlander, Benjamin Hyman, Anne Hill, Sam Horn, Georgia Hughes, Sascha Illyvich, Carla King, Brenda Knight, Linda Lee, Lisa O’Hara, Dan Poynter, Rachel Randall, Lisa Marie Rice, Penny Sansevieri, Lucy Silag, Lauren Spiegel, Rusty Shelton, Kevin Smokler, Liz Stein, Brenda Van Camp, Hallie Warshaw, Brooke Warner, Terry Whalin
Ask the Pros is divided into four 18-minute sessions. Pros will be seated at tables with their names in alphabetical order. Nine attendees at a time can go to tables they wish and take turns pitching a book or asking questions for two minutes. After you speak, we suggest you move on to the next pro you want to speak to. After 18 minutes, a bell will ring, indicating it’s time to change tables. You may not be able to meet with everyone you wish, so feel free to talk to them during the conference when they’re wearing badges. 

 

Download Where to Find Book Country at the SFWC 2015 as a PDF.

 

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