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Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators
Canada East Chapter

Pull up a chair and join us in the world of children's literature.

Authors and illustrators (aspiring or established), teachers, librarians, booksellers and publishers will all find a network here. SCBWI is an international organization, and we are one of many chapters. Our territory encompasses eastern Canada from the western Ontario border to the shoreline of the Maritimes.

Eastern Canadian members are highlighted on these pages. You can reach our sister chapter, Western Canada, and its members, too.

Events sponsored by the Eastern Canada chapter are open to both members and non-members. Additionally, SCBWI Canada members can join our free on-line listserve. Here, news and industry updates are exchanged on-line, along with jovial conversation with peers about the joys and terrors of writing and illustrating for publication.

The site provides helpful resources and links, including information on booking our members for school visits. And be sure to visit our New Leaves (new book releases) section to view our members' most recent creations.

Visit the main SCBWI site for more on what's going on in children's literature worldwide. And if you?re not already a member, please consider joining.

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This site was updated on March 17, 2014.

 

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Children's Illustrators' Studio

to see what SCBWI Canada East illustrators are up to.

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This space features rotating images of members' books.

For more information on this
and other new releases,
please visit our "New Leaves" page.

 

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