Conference directors: Casey Robinson, Juliana Spink Mills, and Central RA Kris Asselin
Questions? Contact Casey, Juliana or Kris at NEscbwiCONFERENCE@gmail.com.
The New England SCBWI Conference is run entirely by volunteers.
If you are interested in volunteering, please email Casey, Juliana or Kris at NEscbwiCONFERENCE@gmail.com.
NOTE: All NESCBWI conference activities are geared for adult writers and/or illustrators, 18 years of age or older.
New England SCBWI 2020
Finding Joy in the Journey
Friday, May 1, 2020 3:00 PM – Sunday, May 3, 2020 3:00 PM (EST)
Sheraton Springfield Monarch Place
One Monarch Place
Springfield, MA 01144
Map and Directions
Meal options will be posted at registration. Please note that the hotel cannot fulfill special requests for food accommodations during conference meals. If you have SEVERE food allergies, we recommend that you make appropriate arrangements for your own food. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.
Remember to return your badge holder and lanyard before departing the conference!
Please read the SCBWI Anti-Harassment Policy
You will NOT be able to register for the Conference until you have done so.
If you have any concerns at the Conference, please speak to a member of our Safety Team:
Regional Advisors (RAs) – Stacy Mozer, Shawn Anderson,and Kristine Asselin
Make this the best conference ever! Smile and say hello to people you don’t know, they might be agents, editors, art directors, or future critique partners. Try attending a workshop you wouldn’t necessarily think of going to – you might be pleasantly surprised!
Blogging & Recording Policy
By registering for this conference, you acknowledge that audio taping, video taping and/or transmitting or aiding in any of the foregoing of any part of the conference (including, but not limited to, presentations, individual sessions and networking events) is prohibited. Additionally, the material in all handouts and presentations is copyrighted and may not be reprinted, blogged, written, orally transmitted, and/or reproduced without written permission of the copyright holder only. If you are found in violation of the above, SCBWI reserves the right to remove you from the conference and bar you from attending future conferences.
While we think it’s great when bloggers share thoughts about their overall experience, offer a personal anecdote, and/or briefly talk about something that resonated with them, it is equally important that bloggers not give away that which is not theirs to give. The fair use policy issued by SCBWI above refers to speakers’ rights, authors’ rights, and illustrators’ rights, under any circumstances, and it pertains to the content of our speakers’ talks, workshops, and/or handouts. This falls into the category of protecting intellectual property. Again, personal impressions, a quote that is cited, and/or a general overview would be considerate. However, it would be a breach of copyright law to give away a detailed report of a presenter’s material. Thank you in advance for taking this policy into account. Your professionalism is greatly appreciated.
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