Friday, March 19, 2010

It Could Happen to You

Sometimes, nothing does the trick like a good old-fashioned reminder. As you read Karen Schwabach's tale of getting published, consider carefully the status of your membership to the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI). Then, consider whether or not you've been reading that bi-monthly Bulletin that comes your way. If there's a chance you're not even a member, this may give you one more reason to join.

A Tale of Getting Published

Who knows? This could be your story to share!

Current members can view all SCBWI publications online. If you're not a member, you may join using the link provided:

                               SCBWI Website                                  



  1. Hi, there, I found your site through the NWFCC. It's so funny because I'm a member of SCBWI and always forget to read their newsletter. I can see that's a huge mistake.

    Thanks for the reminder.

  2. Nice blog, I found this site through the NWFCC founded by author Suzanne Lieurance and see that you offer great information for authors of children's writing. Thanks for sharing.

  3. Hi There,

    I love this blog. I found this site through the NWFCC founded by Suzanne Lieurance. Its so great that you offer authors so much valuable information. Thanks for passing along all of this information.

  4. Terrific blog! I'm a member of the SCBWI and always eagerly read the newsletter. Glad to have found you through the NWFCC.

  5. Great blog. I found you through NWFCC. Keep up the good work.

  6. I love your blog. You have great articles and links. Can't wait to see what you have in store for the future. I found you through NWFCC. Good work.

  7. What a great resource for children's writers. I'll be bookmarking this blog. I'm glad to have found you through the NWFCC.

    Dorit Sasson
    The New Teacher Resource Center

  8. Welcome, everyone, and thanks so much for your comments! We're delighted you found and enjoyed the blog and hope you'll keep participating!


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