Getting published involves navigating the often unknown process of finding an agent and, once the book is accepted, figuring out how to work with an editor. Haley Alcaraz is a debut author who shares her tips from recently navigating this process, while Veera Hiranandani shares both as an author working with agents and editors and as a former editor of children's books.
|Education Room 351 (Seats 46, Wheelchair accessible)
|Sun, Mar 10, 10:00 am - 11:00 am
|Signing Area - Children (following presentation)
Hailey began her writing career in the sixth grade as a kid reporter for Time for Kids magazine and has been addicted to storytelling ever since. Born in California and raised in Arizona, she's a Southwest girl through and through who loves stories about fellow multicultural girls finding their way in the world....
Veera Hiranandani, author of the Newbery Honor–winning "The Night Diary," earned her Master of Fine Arts in creative writing at Sarah Lawrence College. She is the author of "The Whole Story of Half a Girl," a Sydney Taylor Notable Book and a South Asia Book Award finalist and "How to Find What You're Not Looking For," winner of the Sydney Taylor Book Award and the New York Historical Society Children's History Book Prize....