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Apr272015

Save the Date for KidLitCon 2015! (October 9-10)

This year’s Kidlitosphere Conference (aka KidLitCon 2015) will be held on October 9th and 10th, 2015. Please save the date! This will be the 9th annual Kidlitosphere Conference. 

KidLitCon is a gathering of people who blog about children’s and young adult books, including librarians, authors, teachers, parents, booksellers, publishers, and readers. Attendees share a love of children’s books, as well as a determination to get the right books into young readers’ hands. People attend KidLitCon to talk about issues like the publisher/blogger relationship, the benefits and pitfalls of writing critical reviews, and overcoming blogger burnout. People also attend KidLitCon for the chance to spend time face to face with kindred spirits, other adults who care passionately for children’s and YA literature. 

More details (including this year’s conference location and theme) will be announced Thursday (4/30). Please stay tuned!

This year’s co-organizers are: 

Sheila Ruth (Wands and Worlds); and
Paula Willey (unadulterated.us)

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