SCBWI chapters around the world offer webinars that you are welcome to register for and attend. The Nevada region is now tracking and listing these webinars on their chapter website. Click here to be transfered to the list of open webinars they have compiled.
Please note that the webinars are listed in the order they are announced, so they appear roughly in reverse order of the date they will occur. Scroll down to see the full list of what is available.
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Keepin’ it Real! Researching for Authenticity in Picture Books webinar
Saturday, January 26, 10:00 a.m. (Central)
Visual story teller E.B. Lewis will share how he uses historical research to ensure authenticity and portray the rich cultural heritage in his fiction and nonfiction picture books. The subjects of his stories range from the boyhood of Civil Rights leader John Lewis to the young girl Ada Ruth who awaits her mama’s return from her job in Chicago. E.B. will also discuss his use of models to “paint without fear” and masterfully capture the expression, gesture, and personality of his characters.
Hosted by SCBWI Nebraska. Please see the registration page for more information.
Social Media Do’s and Don’ts with Matthew Winner, February 16th, 2019
Would you like to find out how to build a positive online presence as a children’s book author and/or illustrator? Are you curious about how other authors and illustrators use social media to their benefit…and detriment? Join Matthew Winner, school librarian, author, and The Children’s Book Podcast host, for a webinar that will give the inside scoop on the do’s and don’ts of social media. Matthew will also be taking on a small number of social media critiques for SCBWI members, to give you direct feedback on your online presence. Note: This will not be a social media use tutorial. Attendees should have at least a working knowledge of Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
Date: February 16th, 2019 – Time: 7PM-9PM Central Standard Time
$15 for members; $25 for non-members; $50 social media critiques
For more info click here
Hosted by Kansas/Missouri SCBWI