Pitt-Greensburg Children's Literature Conference

Friday, May 5, 2017 (All day)

Registration is now open for the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg’s 21st annual Children’s Literature Conference on Friday, May 5. Reduced registration fees are available for full-time students ($30) and retirees ($60).

Registration materials and details are available at www.library.pitt.edu/UPG-childrens-literature-conference.

Jay Asher, award-winning author of “Thirteen Reasons Why,” “The Future of Us,” and “What Light,” will be joined by Suzanne Bloom, award-winning author and illustrator of “A Splendid Friend Indeed,” “Bear Can Dance,” and “No Place for a Pig,” as this year’s keynote speakers.

A variety of breakout sessions will be offered with topics designed specifically for writers, teachers, and librarians. The Conference offers ACT 48 and ACT 37 educational credits.

Registration includes a continental breakfast, lunch, and book signing.

Smith Hall
Greensburg, PA 15601