Posted by: anitanolan | January 9, 2011

NJ SCBWI Conference Information & Registration Now Up

Here’s a link to Kathy Temean’s blog, where you can find much of the info.


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  2. The line-up of workshops looks so interesting and valuable to a beginning writer like myself. Unfortunately I live out in Northern California, so it would be a bit more costly for me. Do you happen to know if there is any regional chapter out in the West Coast which offers a conference similar to the NJ one?
    I know the LA has a few 1-day conferences, but they don’t seem as intensive as the NJ one.

    • Darshana –

      I’m sure there are SCBWI conferences on the west coast. You might check out this listing of events on the SCBWI website.
      The summer national conference is in LA, and seems like it would be worth attending, although if you haven’t been to a conference, you might find a regional conference to be less intimidating, and you might get more face time with editors and agents at a regional conference.
      You can also look here for what specific chapters have:

      • Thanks for replying back so quickly.
        I had already perused through the SCWBI chapters in CA. I just thought I would ask if you knew from personal experience. Who knows maybe I will make it out to NJ. 🙂

      • I’ve never been to any west coast SCBWi conferences. Just SE PA and NJ. I’ve also been to the NY National SCBWI conference. I prefer the regional conferences, but the LA National SCBWI conference is different from the NY one.

        Perhaps someone else will check in who has been to a west coast conference.

        Sorry I can’t be of more help.

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