For nine years,Heather Alexander has worked with authors and artists in children’s
book publishing to shape their stories into the best books they can be. She
was most recently an agent with Pippin Properties, representing authors
and artists for their picture book, middle grade, young adult, and
graphic novel projects. Before that, She was in editorial at Dial Books
for Young Readers at Penguin Random House where she worked with
New York Times bestselling authors and illustrators. Find her on twitter at
So... details on registering for your Critique-N-Chat: submission, registering your time, and the webinar registration for your online chat time will be shared all on our new course platform. You will receive updates and news and notifications immediately for your session. This is such a great way to get the professional feedback you need on a project that means a lot to you.
Manuscripts will need to be submitted on or before April 22nd.
Your online session will start on May 6th at 11 AM EST.
Your manuscript will be returned on May 6th, following the online chat.
That's it. This option is limited to 15 critiques so register quickly before they are gone.
Heather Alexander is now working with writers at Heather Alexander Editorial. A former editor at Penguin Young Readers, she has worked with many authors on such books as The Thing About Yetis by Vin Vogel, the upcoming Papillon by A.N. Kang, Bob and Joss Get Lost by Peter McCleery, and Catstronauts by Drew Brockington. Check out her blog, Interrobangs, at [email protected], and follow her on Twitter @heatheralexand