Excellent kidlit writer Tara Lazar offers excellent tips on submitting for the Rutgers University Council on Children’s Literature Conference. I’m submitting, are you?
Writing for Kids (While Raising Them)
2016 RUCCL Mentors
If you’re submitting to RUCCL One-on-One Plus Conference, please know…
The manuscript’s the thing.
If you send your submission to the wrong address, don’t worry, we’ll get it to the right place.
If you forget to send a check, don’t worry, we’ll get in touch.
If you somehow mess up the instructions, don’t worry. It’s OK. We are not here to impose penalties on you. We want you to get in, we really do! We read each manuscript thoroughly and determine its merits. There are no red marks on your paper or strikes against you. We strive to look for the positive in every submission we receive.
If you get in, rejoice! It means the reading team liked your submission AND we had a mentor to pair you with. Sometimes we have more mentors for YA than picture books, or more for MG than non-fiction…
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