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FREE | How to Write for Children & Young Adults

February 3, 2022 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm EST

How to Write for Children and Young Adults
How to write for children & YA. Topics include different age categories, writing tips, how to get an agent & feedback for your writing.

About this event

Join us for an online Zoom lecture with local YA author Eric Bell! He will give us an overview of basic writing skills regarding creating books for children and young adults. These include picture books and novels. Topics will range from different age categories, writing tips, and how to get an agent & feedback for your work. The lecture length will be 90 minutes and this is intended for an audience of 18+


Registration is required and spots are limited.


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Wissahickon Valley Public Library
+1 215-643-1320
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