Date(s) - 03/13/2021
10:00 am - 11:00 am
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Erin Siu is an Associate Editor at Macmillan Children’s Publishing Group, where she oversees MCPG’s paperback imprint, Square Fish, and acquires and edits picture books, middle-grade and young adult for Feiwel & Friends. She has a soft spot for stories about multicultural experiences, family relationships, and first love, and she’s worked on several children’s books including, Have You Eaten? by Su Youn Lee, You Are Enough by Jen Petro-Roy, and The Secret Recipe for Moving On by Karen Bischer. Before joining MCPG, she studied Comparative Literature and Music at NYU. She grew up in California surrounded by redwood trees and constantly wonders why she doesn’t still live there. Check out her wish list or find her on Twitter: @erinssiu
EXTRA! Critiques available:
Erin Siu is offering written critiques at $45 each. If you would like to purchase a critique, you need to do so at the time of registration though you don’t have to send it until __________.
All attendees will have an opportunity to submit to Erin. The specific submission information will be emailed, along with the link to the replay, to attendees post-conference.
Cancellation Policy & Trouble-Shooting:
Since this is an online event with a recording available for one month afterwards to watch at your own pace, there will not be any refunds issued.
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