A big congratulations to the first KidLit Nation mentees: Cathy Ann Velasco, Gabriella Davis, and Suzannah Gonzalez! Scroll down to meet the mentees. You can learn more about the mentorship program and the 2019 mentors here. Cathy Ann Velasco Cathy will be mentored by author Matthew Kirby Catherine Ann Velasco spent 22 years at newspapers, […]
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This fall we are offering scholarships for underrepresented writers and illustrators to attend Prairie Writers and Illustrator’s Day – a conference of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators. Learn more by visiting the scholarship webpage.
Kidlit Nation is excited to announce our first mentorship program for creators of color. Mentorships will be available for authors of color in picture books, middle grade, and young adult. Full details are available on the Mentorship program webpage.
This May KidLit Nation will be chatting with editor Russ Busse. Join us on Wednesday, May 15th at 7pm CST. Registration is required.
Kidlit Nation is happy to announce a new webinar series featuring indie authors. Our first Indie Spotlight webinar will be a chat with the author Evan J. Roberts. Join us on Wednesday, April 24th at 7pm CST. Registration is required.
This April KidLit Nation will be picking the brains of author/illustrator duo Megan and Jorge Lacera. Join us on Wednesday, April 10th at 7pm CST. Registration is required.
Congratulations to our 2019 Marvelous Midwest Scholarship winner: Leah Schanke! A New York City native with an interest in U.S. history and particularly stories of social justice, Leah is inspired by her African-American heritage to write narrative nonfiction and historical fiction books for children. Leah was a finalist twice, 2013 and 2014, in the children’s […]
Every month, KidlitNation hosts a free webinar with an industry professional. This March we will be chatting with Publisher, Donna Beasley.
This spring we are offering scholarships for underrepresented writers and illustrators to attend Marvelous Midwest – a conference of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators. Learn more by visiting the scholarship webpage.
Congratulations to our 2018 scholarship winners! Our scholarship pays for children’s book writers illustrators of color to attend a professional conference. They will be attending the 2018 SCBWI Illinois Prairie Writer’s and Illustrator’s day Conference.