In our Kidlit Q and A Extravaganza, we have a cast of publishers, editors and experienced professional writers and illustrators ready to answer any and all your questions.

Aspiring authors, illustrators and anyone who creates books for kids were invited to send in their burning questions. We received a variety of questions such as: How many drafts does it take to write a picture book? How do I submit my story? How do Public Lending Rights and Educational Lending Rights work? What does an Acquisitions meeting look like? How many books get printed on the first run? How do I get paid? And many more.

Now, it’s put to the panel of experts for their answers. So, get your notepads at the ready.

Resources Mentioned in Our Q and A Extravaganza Episode:

Nicolas Brasch: To find out more about Nic and his work, you can click on his website here.

Chris Kennett: To get the scoop on Chris and his work, you can click here.

James Layton: To find out more about Larrikin House, click here. Or listen to a full interview with James here.

Brenda Gurr: To discover Brenda’s own books and work, click here.

Anouska Jones: To find EK Books and their details, click here.

Victoria Mackinlay: To find out more about Victoria and her amazing work, click here.

Sandra van Doorn: To find out more about Red Paper Kite, click here.


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