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AWC Presents: Author Advice with Kate Messner on Zoom

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AWC Presents: Author Advice with Kate Messner on Zoom

AUTHOR ADVICE: Jan 27 w/ Kate Messner | 7 - 8 PM on Zoom

Adirondack Center for Writing is kicking off 2022 with a new virtual series called Author Advice

How does a manuscript become a physical book? What's it like working with an agent? Should you self-publish, go indie, submit to contests, or send hundreds of copies to publishing houses all over the country and hope for the best? (Pro tip: don't do the latter) 

Our January guest author is Kate Messner, who writes award-winning picture books, easy readers, chapter book series, and novels for young readers. She'll talk about her myriad publishing experiences and offer advice to attendees looking to get their children's book or YA novel published. 

Register: Author Advice (Jan 27 | 7PM)

Kate Messner is the author of award-winning picture books like Over and Under the Pond, novels that tackle real-world issues like Breakout, and mysteries and thrillers like Capture the Flag, the Fergus and Zeke easy reader series, and the popular Ranger in Time chapter book series. Kate’s books have been New York Times Notable, Junior Library Guild, IndieBound, and Bank Street College of Education Best Books selections. Messner is also the author of the NYT Bestselling children's book about Dr. Anthony Fauci, How a Boy from Brooklyn Became America’s Doctor. 

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