SCBWI

Society of
Children's Book Writers
and Illustrators

Early February Meet & Greets for SCBWI New England

Attention SCBWI members:

We are in the process of pulling Meet & Greets together for February, but there are two that are early in the month, so we want you to know about them now.

Look for a complete listing of February Meet & Greets around the first of the month.

 

SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND

Western Connecticut (Bethel, CT)
THIS IS A NEW MEET & GREET — you’ve been asking and now we have an organizer!!!

Date: Wednesday, February 5
Time: 7:00pm–8:30pm
Place: Molten Java Coffee House, 213 Greenwood Ave, Bethel, CT.
Theme: No agenda. Just get to know each other! This is a casual social gathering to discuss all things writing, illustrating, and publishing. Feel free to spread the word to all writers and illustrators in the area.
Contact: Please RSVP to Joyce at joyce.schriebman@gmail.com, so that we can plan for space.

 

NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND

Upper Valley – New Hampshire (Lebanon, NH)
Date: Thursday, February  6
Time: 6:30pm–8:00pm
Place: Lebanon Salt Hill (in the Galway Room or in the main pub), 2 W Park St, Lebanon, NH 03766
Theme: Let’s chat about any writing goals for 2020!
This is a casual social gathering to discuss all things writing, illustrating, and publishing. Feel free to spread the word to all writers and illustrators in the area.
Contact: Please RSVP to Emma at emmalucy@gmail.com, so that we can plan for space.

 

As always…
Please note, not every locale hosts an event every month. Many not scheduled this month will happen later in the season. If you have questions, contact the individual responsible for that specific event.

If you are interested in starting a Meet & Greet near you, please contact Shawn at northernnera@nescbwi.org or Kris at centralnera@nescbwi.org.

Unless specifically requested, RSVPs are not required. Contact information is provided primarily for questions.

We hope to see you at one (or more) of these events!

Shawn Anderson
Co-Regional Advisor SCBWI
Northern New England