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.