Tuesday, December 27, 2016

#SpringMingle - Come Soar with Stephanie Fretwell-Hill - #SBreeze17

Come Soar with Sally Apokedak

Conferences have an added benefit of actually getting to meet agents, editors, & art directors. The people in the industry who know the ins and outs. The ones who determine which direction publishing will take. 
Southern Breeze's Spring Mingle is no exception to this! This year we have Sally Apokedak, with Leslie H. Stobbe Literary Agency, as an added bonus. Ms. Apokedak will be at this year's conference offering formal consultations and critiques. If you are interested in signing up, please note that these are an added fee to the normal conference registration. Please click the link below to take you to the SpringMingle conference registration page and sign up.



Stephanie Fretwell-Hill started her publishing career in 2004 at Walker Books Ltd. in London, where she sold foreign language rights. Working in a design-led company with legendary artists such as Helen Oxenbury and Lucy Cousins sparked her love of illustration, while her sales role gave her an international perspective on children’s publishing.
In 2011, Stephanie moved back home to the United States, where she joined Peachtree Publishers as an editor. During her four years there, she acquired fiction and non fiction picture books, middle grade, and young adult titles. Her acquisitions received such honors as YALSA Best Fiction for Young Adults, Bank Street Best Children’s Books of the Year, Parents’ Choice Awards, and numerous starred reviews from major trade magazines.
As the newest agent to join Red Fox Literary, Stephanie represents both authors and illustrators of board books, picture books, middle grade, and young adult. She will consider stories in any genre, but looks for a strong voice, rich and multi-layered plots, and stylish, classic, or quirky illustrations. Most of all, she loves anything that really makes her laugh.
Stephanie lives in Atlanta, Georgia with her English husband, brand new baby girl, and a border collie named Rooney. When her nose isn’t in a book, she can often be found changing diapers, renovating a house, traveling someplace new, or cooking dinner.



REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN! Click  :::HERE::: to log in and register.


~See you in March~

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