Request to Teach: TABC-PROVO

Teen Author Boot Camp 2018

Please submit a class proposal by November 1st.

 Teen Author Boot Camp is looking for interactive, energetic authors who don’t take themselves too seriously to present at our 2018 conference held at the Utah Valley Convention Center. Each class is 45 mins long and is typically taught two times through the course of the day. Presenters may also be asked to participate in panel discussions, “Ask the Author” sessions, and other shenanigans. 

Authors may submit up to two class ideas. For each new class, an entirely new application must be filled out and submitted.

Note on honorarium: All authors who submit should understand there is no payment or travel reimbursement for presenters. We provide a nice green room for your use throughout the day as well as an author luncheon. The King’s English Bookshop will sell your books at the conference bookstore and TABC will promote you via our channels in any way possible.

First and Last Name of the Author/Presenter
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Please enter your city and state (will not be published)
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Short bio of the author (75 words max)
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Your proposed class title. (Remember, you're trying to hook a teen audience!)
(50 word max) This description will be used on the website and in printed material to advertise your class, so make it interesting to teens. Please specify at the end of the description whether the class is: beginner, moderate, advanced.

List of Published Works

Please list up to three that you'd like sold at TABC. (If you have more titles you would like sold at TABC, please contact Whitney at the King's English Bookshop once you receive word that you are a confirmed presenter. Thanks!)
All participating authors receive a stylish TABC t-shirt. 🙂