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Posted by Tom, August 15, 2014

Only one month to go until the Nosy Crow conference

There’s just under a month to go until the Nosy Crow conference, Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Children’s Publishing (But Were Afraid to Ask), and there are only a few tickets left, so if you’d like to come, don’t delay!

If you’ve written a book and don’t know what to do next, or you’re interested in beginning a career in publishing, or you want to know the best ways of marketing your books (and yourself) online and in the real world, or you’re just generally interested in everything to do with children’s books, then this conference is for you! We have a day’s worth of experts who’ll be sharing their knowledge on every aspect of the industry and the publishing process – editors, agents, journalists, retailers, social media experts, and, of course, authors.

The conference is taking place on Saturday September 13th at the St Bride Foundation in London and will last all day (including morning and afternoon tea and coffee breaks, lunch, and a glass of wine and homemade cake at the end of the day, when you’ll be able to chat with fellow attendees, speakers, and members of Nosy Crow).

Here’s our fantastic line-up of speakers:

Louise Bolongaro, Head of Picture Books at Nosy Crow

Tracey Corderoy, Author

Hilary Delamere, Literary Agent

Charlotte Eyre, Children’s Editor at The Bookseller

Florentyna Martin, Waterstones Children’s Buyer

Jeff Norton, Author

Helen Peters, Author

Adam Tinworth, Social Media Expert

Kate Wilson, Managing Director at Nosy Crow

And don’t forget – if you’re a librarian who’d like to attend, you can get a special discount off the ticket price – you can find out more here.

Last year’s event had some absolutely fantastic feedback – if you’d like to read what some of our attendees made of the day, here’s a round-up of reviews:

What I learned that I know at Nosy Crow.

Refreshingly honest, knowledgeable and inspirational – Nosy Crow’s debut publishing conference.

A day of sparkling wit and fascinating revelations.

Tickets for the day are available here – we hope you can make it!