The Asian Festival of Children's Content Seminars

Monday, May 20, 2013

The Asian Festival of Children's Content (AFCC) Seminars are sessions that focus on specific aspects of the literary community and this year’s seminars are on young adult literature, the translation of children’s books, and blogging! 

Of course I am writing this post to invite all of you to attend the blogging sessions. =D

The AFCC Seminars are on Monday, May 27, and the first blogging session (9:15 - 10:15 a.m.) is a presentation from Steph Su entitled "Getting the Most Out of Blogging." Steph is a ROCK STAR in the YA book blogging world and you definitely don't want to miss her presentation.

I'm moderating the next blogging session (10:15 - 11:15 a.m.), "Blogging - Today and Tomorrow," a conversation on the future of blogging and the blogging journeys of Steph Su and Candy Gourlay. While Steph is a rock star in the YA book blogging world, Candy is a rock star in the author blogging world and I am honored to be their moderator.

The last blogging session (11:45 a.m. - 12:45 p.m.) is a panel discussion on "Fostering Relationships Within the Blogging Community" with blogging author Vivian Kirkfield, PaperTigers editor Marjorie Coughlan, and book blogger Michelle Chew. I'm particularly excited to listen to Marjorie speak because PaperTigers is one of the most important - if not THE most important - websites on multicultural children's and YA literature.

PROMISE THAT YOU'LL ATTEND THE BLOGGING SESSIONS. =D

2 comments:

Nancy Cudis said...

This is going to happen in Singapore, right? Oh, how I wish we have something like this in the Philippines.

Tarie Sabido said...

Hi, Nancy. We do! May 30-31 is the NBDB Little Lit Fest in Museo Pambata. :o)


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