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November 2, 2011

The Kids and Young Adult Literature festival

The Kids and Young Adult Literature festival

New Work, New Directions, New Opportunities

The best in Australian kids’ and YA authors, playwrights, film script writers , multi platform publishers from HarperCollins and Random house, independent and online publishing, apps and there’s the chance to pitch your idea.

Susanne Gervay award winning children’s and young adult author is the Director of the Children’s and YA Literature Festival bringing exciting publishers and creators up close and personal to you:

Keynote with Olympian swimmer, ABC broadcaster and author Lisa Forrest,

Monkey Baa Theatre, ABC TV script writers,

Best seller series authors Duncan Ball, Jacqueline Harvey, Sophie Masson and more.

There’s also the chance to pitch your work to a publishing panel. It’s one of the few times you can talk to authors, publishers, multi media experts, network, meet your writing community and have a drink on the balcony afterwards as the sun sets over Rowen House the home of the NSW Writers Centre.

Date: 25th June 2011

Time: 9.30 am – 5 p.m.

Place: The NSW Writers Centre

Cost: $50 members ($80 non members)

Parking: Freely available

phone: 02 9555 9757

e-mail: nswwc@nswwc.org.au

http://www.nswwc.org.au

Booking essential

If you need somewhere to stay in Sydney I can recommend The Hughenden at 14 Queen Street Woollahara.

www.thehughenden.com.au

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