Our Passport season runs from October to May and helps to support not only our fantastic monthly meetings at SPU and Bellevue College, but also an abundance of educational and professional opportunities: editor and agent events with manuscript consultations and master workshops; the Chinook blog; statewide Networks; Mentorship Program; Writer and Illustrator Retreats; Art Shows; KidLit Drink Nights; PAL programming; Great Critique and Critique Traveling Road Show; a new webinar series; and, of course, our fantastic 3-day Western Washington Conference.
Because our Western Washington chapter is self-supporting, when you subscribe to the Passport Program, you are supporting all the wonderful programming that makes our region's kidlit community so exceptional and vibrant.
Attending even a handful of the eight meetings we’re holding this year makes up for the price of the Passport. Plus, only passport holders will be able to sign up for the Great Critique as well as additional opportunities for master classes and consultations with our special guest editors in October and February. Speakers include Liz Kossnar, Associate Editor at Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, Independent Children's Book Editor Harold Underdown, and local talents galore!
The Passport saves you time and money, while also giving you access to special opportunities not available to the general public. So take advantage of this incredible bargain today, as options such as manuscript critiques and master classes often sell out quickly.
Find all of the registration and season details here. Don't delay, master classes and consultations fill quickly.
See you soon!