Sunday, October 25, 2009

Attention Writers AND Illustrators!!!

You are invited to a very special evening with L.A.'s very own
Deborah Nourse Lattimore

Westside Illustrators Schmooze
Monday Eve, November 9, 2009
7:00pm - 9:00pm
11624 Pico Blvd.
Los Angeles, Ca 90064

Topic: "How I Try to Do It,
and How I'll Do It Again!"

Deborah is 
an award-
author and
illustrator of
dozens of
 children's books.

You may not know...
Deborah is an art historian
specializing in Egyptian,
 pre-Columbian,and classical art.
She has traveled all over the
 world as a scholar, an artist,    
and a writer.
She loves using that expertise to create picture books that take young readers on amazing journeys back through time to ancient and mysterious cultures.

Deborah is a huge fan of SCBWI...
"I love the SCBWI for many things, being a friend and support to me,
helping me navigate publishing as well
 as helping me to handle up's and  down's in the market and in my
  personal life, too. And even if I weren't a writer and illustrator it would be a blast to be a member of SCBWI
just for the enrichment."

Check out Deborah's website...

Come share a fun evening with your fellow writers AND illustrators! 

* $5.00 donation for speaker
* Books will be available for
     SALE and SIGNING!
* Light refreshments will be served.
 Be prepared to participate, ask questions and be inspired! Let's
 enjoy a fun creative evening together & move forward in our common pursuit of making a contribution to the world of children's illustration and literature!



WHERE???...11624 W. Pico Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90064
This is a large gray building with ivy & bamboo on the facade. The sign near the RED door reads -
"Alliance Francaise."

DIRECTIONS???... Click Here

PARKING???... Street parking only. You don't have to feed meters after 6pm. Do NOT park in the electrical warehouse parking lot next door OR the parking lot behind the building on the corner of Federal Ave. You will be towed...FAST.
Looking forward to seeing you all!
cell...818 389 1950

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