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The annual conference of the Massachusetts School Library Association
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Sunday, May 7 • 10:00am - 10:55am
Creativity and the Writing Process: YA Author Panel

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Cathy Collins

Library Media Specialist, Sharon High School
Ms. Collins has worked as a Media Specialist/Librarian for 15 years. She is currently a library media specialist at Sharon High School, where she has worked for the past five years. She began her career as a reporter who covered business, arts and education-related issues. While... Read More →

Authors
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Kristy Acevedo

YA author & English teacher
Kristy Acevedo is a Young Adult author and high school English teacher. A member of SCBWI,she has her M.A.T. in English from Bridgewater State University and has taught high school in Massachusetts for sixteen years. CONSIDER, her debut novel, won the 2015 PEN New England Susan P. Bloom Children’s Book Discovery Award.... Read More →
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Kathleen Duble

Author
Kathleen Benner Duble had sixteen car accidents before she was twenty-one.  Being an at-home writer keeps her from hitting the road (or anyone else)!  She is the author of nine books for children.  Kathleen loves digging for unique historical fiction plotlines and encouraging students and lovers of books to look for great stories right in their own... Read More →
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Ife Oshun

Author, Papa Grace
Ife Oshun is the author of the Angelica Brown series, and its upcoming spinoff series To Protect and Serve. Raised on a strict diet of music and sci-fi/fantasy, she attended the Rhode Island School of Design and Brown University. There, while working in local music promotion and... Read More →
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Nancy Werlin

Author
The author of 10 young adult novels, Nancy Werlin decided to become a writer in the fourth grade when she realized that there were actual, real, living people whose job it was to write books. | Among her award-winning novels are THE KILLER'S COUSIN, which won the Edgar award for... Read More →



Sunday May 7, 2017 10:00am - 10:55am
Orleans 1st Floor

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