PLEASE NOTE: We are working on how to run the silent auction online. We will post more information here when it’s finalized.
Your ongoing support of our annual silent auction has allowed us to provide conference scholarships, great speakers at our monthly meetings, plus webinars and workshops at low prices.
Given the unique situation this year, we’ll be donating auction proceeds to the SCBWI Emergency Fund, which assists members who are suffering a temporary hardship due to health issues, national emergencies or natural disasters.
Here are some of the items you’ll be able to bid on at our 2020 Writers & Illustrators Working Conference.
Signed copies of SHOUT and the SPEAK graphic novel by Laurie Halse Anderson
Query and First 10 Pages Critique by Agent Laurel Symonds
A five-page critique of a middle-grade or YA OR a full picture book text by Editor Karen Chaplin
Original artwork and set of signed Narwhal and Jelly books by Author/Illustrator Ben Clanton
Author/writer website and social media consultation by Author Cynthia Leitich Smith
Writer’s survival basket by Author PJ Hoover
Critique of one fiction or nonfiction picture book manuscript by Author Donna Janell Bowman
Career Phone Consultation with Author Christina Soontornvat
A picture book text critique and a 30-minute call with Author Lindsay Leslie
A signed copy of THANK YOU, GARDEN with seeds and gardening gloves by Author Liz Garton Scanlon
You can help lift up our SCBWI community by participating in the Online Auction at annual 2020 Writers & Illustrators Working Conference.
We are still accepting donations an item by filling out the form at the bottom of this page, then bid online to win a fantastic piece of artwork, critique, consultation, or more.
Fill out this form:
Questions? Contact our Silent Auction Coordinator Pam Gonzalez at (737) 404-8820 or email her.
You may also download the form here and email it to Pam.
Thank YOU to our generous faculty and our amazing SCBWI members!
Y’all make the silent auction a success! We look forward to seeing you at the 2020 Writers & Illustrators Working Conference in May.