An Evening with Martha Brockenbrough
Please join us, thanks to the support and partnership of SCBWI, for an evening reading event with Martha Brockenbrough!
About Martha Brockenbrough:
Martha Brockenbrough is the author of a dozen books for young readers. Her novel The Game of Love and Death was a Kirkus Prize finalist and won the Washington State book award. She founded National Grammar Day and teaches in the MFA program at Vermont College of Fine Arts.
About The Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators:
"The Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators, a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization, is the only professional organization specifically for individuals who write and illustrate for children and young adults. Our mission is to support the creation and availability of quality children’s books in every region of the world.
Through our awards, events, and publications, we give established writers and illustrators the tools and resources to manage their careers, as well as educate those just starting out. SCBWI is also proud to serve as a consolidated voice for our members within the publishing industry.
Membership in SCBWI is open to anyone with an active interest in children’s literature, from picture books to young adult novels. We welcome aspiring and published writers and illustrators, as well as librarians, educators, translators, artists, students, dramatists, musicians, filmmakers, and others. A passion for children’s literature is our number one criterion."
For more information, check out: https://www.scbwi.org/
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