April 2, 2013

Opportunity for a Scholarship to Attend the Annual SCBWI Conference . . .

::::: fAiRy gOdSiStErS iNk ::::: anounces
Our 6th Annual SCBWI Conference Scholarship!


Fairy Godsisters:  Robin LaFevers, Thalia Chalta, Valerie Hobbs, Lee Wardlaw and Mary Hershey

wHo can apply: YOU with your shiny SCBWI membership (Make haste to www.scbwi.org to join/renew if needed)

wHaT: $1,000.00 toward conference tuition, manuscript or portfolio critique, and a bit of mad money during your LA stay.

wHeN: Conference runs from August 2 -5, 2013

wHeRe: The Hyatt Regency Century Plaza Hotel, Los Angeles CA

wHy: We are five very fortunate authors for children and young adults who have been generously mentored, guided and supported by a host of talented individuals. We can't think of a better way to thank them than by easing the way for others. The National Conference is a game-changer.

hOw: To enter, write at least one but no more than three haiku telling us why we should pick you for this year's conference. (A haiku is a three-line poem, featuring a total of 17 syllables: 5 in the first line, 7 in the second, and 5 again in the third.) Have some fun with this!

Email your entry to fairygodsistersink@gmail.com by April 15th. Winners will be announced on May 1st. Questions, just ask!

Please feel free to share this info with your SCBWI buddies everywhere.

Best of luck to you all!

6 comments:

Lee Wardlaw said...

Thanks so much, O, generous and talented Donna, for sharing details of our magical contest! Sparkles, Lee

Wild About Words said...

You five magical ladies are the generous ones. Thanks so much for all you do. Just spreadin' the word, Lee.

Stephanie Theban said...

This is a very generous thing to do. Attending a conference can help with a true writing break through.

Wild About Words said...

Agreed, Stephanie! Conferences are a great way to recharge the writing batteries.

Jennifer Rumberger said...

Wow, what an amazing opportunity! So generous of you all! Now to work on my haiku.

Wild About Words said...

Go get 'em, Jennifer!