The workshop offered children’s writers, who came from four countries and 31 states, a week immersed in the world of writing for children.
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The program included one-on-one sessions, small workshops, roundtable learning and speeches by industry leaders. A focus of the program is on high access and interchange between faculty and students.
As part of the program, Florentin met in manuscript-consulting sessions with Kathryn D. Erskine, part of the workshop faculty.
The 137-year-old Chautauqua Institution is a national pioneer in combining education, cultural events and leisure activities in a lakefront setting in western New York state.
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