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While The Pen and Ink Blog crew (otherwise known as the Inkies) were
Question posed: How did you enjoy the SCBWI Summer Conference?
Young Adult Writers said: "Not enough vampires."
Tween Writers said: "Ith wath sthupendous."
Middle Grade Writers said: "I won't eat chicken and you can't make me."
The Picture Book Writers said: "One book, two book, red book, blue book. This one has a little star, this one has a little car. Hey! What a lot of books there are!"
Chapter Book Writers said: "Oh, yes, and at the party on Saturday night, I ran into Andrea Welch of Beachlane and she said, 'Sure, I'll read your..."
Urban Writers said: "Yo, Dawg, I was feelin' it. Just like back in the day."
Contemporary Writers said: "Dude, we freaked."
Dystopian Writers said: "The Conference was like another world."
Romance Writers said: *sigh* "We could not have asked for more moving speakers who spoke with such palpable feeling that we were left utterly devoid of any energy to protect ourselves from the ravishment of our emotions *gasp*."
Fantasy Writers said: "The whole conference had an ethereal feel as if the spirit of all the writing fairies were there, sprinkling all of us with publishing dust."
The Quiet book Writers said: "wow".
There you have it folks. A fair and balanced perspective of the SCBWI conference. Now, don't you wish you had gone?