Keynotes, Conferences, Workshops, and Manuscript Critiques
Keynotes? Conferences? Library and bookstore events?
Sure! Michelle speaks to both children and adults about the writing process, Dottie Kamenshek and the AAGPBL, Emma “Grandma” Gatewood who was the first woman to solo hike the Appalachian Trail, the life and art of Charley Harper, rural living, raising readers, and about her 1894 schoolhouse restoration project. Fees vary depending upon location and type of group. Email Terry at School Visit Dot Connector to discuss Michelle’s programming and fees.
Previous keynotes and conferences include:
Westshore ILA Annual Meeting
East Central Indiana Reading Council
Cleveland State University Literacy Conference
Ohio SCBWI Fall Conference
Wisconsin SCBWI Fall Conference
Lorain County Educational Service Center Professional Development Day
Mercer County Educational Server Center Professional Development Day (rescheduled)
Assistance League of Cincinnati Books and Brunch
Mazza Museum Summer Conference
I hear Michelle teaches workshops for other writers.
Absolutely. She periodically holds the following workshops:
Writing Children’s Books: Where Do I Begin – one day workshop
Picture Book Revision Retreats – Weekend intensive revision
Upcoming Workshops/Meetings: There are no workshops currently scheduled. Check back here or email Michelle to be put on a list to be notified when a new workshop is planned.
Is Michelle for hire for manuscript critiques?
Yes. Michelle has recently expanded her editorial services. CLICK HERE for all the details.