I've heard about another writers' workshop and wanted to share the info:
July 13-17, we will proudly present the thirteenth
Oregon Coast Children's Book Writers Workshop in the
exquisite Oregon coast town of Oceanside.
Click this link to see what attendees have written about us,
http://www.occbww.com/evaluations.shtml. It's glowing.
Over half-a-dozen of our students have been published.
By no means do we take credit, but all of them say that our workshop was
significant in making this happen (in several cases an agent or editor at
our workshop took them as clients). Let us help you to
join their ranks.
Our class is right beside the ocean, overlooking giant rocks where sea
lions lounge and snort. Eagles fly overhead. Whales
occasionally spout. The town is exquisite and low key (and
inexpensive). It's the real old Oregon before all the souvenir
shops that have moved in elsewhere.
The full-time instructors.
http://www.occbww.com/instructors.shtml, are five accomplished
children's book authors, two full-time children's editors from major
houses, and a full-time children's book agent. There will be two
guest lecturers. All are immersed in writing -- covering all
genres. They're immersed in the business. And they will spend
the week giving their best.
The course is not only lectures, but lots and lots of one-on-one with
instructors, everyday. If you like, you can have your writing
reviewed by all instructors at once before the class in what we call an
"Anonymous First Page Critique." Because of the superb
instructor-student ratio this course really works for all levels of
The course is available for graduate level credit.
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