Friday, November 29, 2013

#KidLitPhil Auction item 22 from Marlo Garnsworthy

KidLit for the Philippines is an online talent auction to benefit Mercy Corps and UNICEF relief efforts for Typhoon Haiyan (aka Yolanda). Agents, editors, authors, and illustrators have donated various services and items to be auctioned off to the highest bidder, with donations being made directly to Mercy Corps and UNICEF.

Auction #22: Developmental Editing

Description: Developmental editing (with comments embedded in your MS), plus copyediting, proofreading, and, formatting (for submission) of one picture book manuscript, or one chapter of a novel, and/or your query letter.

Estimated Value: $180-$300

Minimum Bid: $50

Auction Ends: 12/5/2013 at 10:00 PM EST

Bio: I have been editing books and teaching writing since the late 1990s. I am on faculty at the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) Continuing Education and teach Writing for Children's Books (picture books), Writing Chapter Books for Children, and various writing and revision workshops. I work in an editorial and art direction advisory capacity for a number of small publishers, and am an editor with Book Editing Associates. I'm also a published children's book author and illustrator.

Donor Marlo Garnsworthy’s website: http://cleverbirdy.blogspot.com/

Auction Instructions:
* Bid by posting a comment with your bid amount in U.S. dollars; no anonymous bidding.
* Do not bid unless you intend to pay that amount to Mercy Corps or UNICEF.
* To automatically receive updates on the latest bids, check the “Notify Me” box when you submit your comment.
* Highest bid before the end of the auction wins.
* A note about last-minute bidding: If you are used to online auctions that end at an exact, given second, please know that the KidLitPhil auctions don’t work quite that way. Each auction ends when I post the “Auction closed” comment. I do that when my computer turns to 10pm EST, but because I have multiple auctions to close at that time (also because I am human) it will not be precisely at 10pm EST. At any rate, the winning bid is the high bid before the Auction Closed comment, even if the time on your computer reads slightly after 10:00. Thanks for understanding!
* Winning bidder must donate the winning bid amount to a designated charity organization and provide a copy of the receipt within three days of notification.
* For physical items, unless otherwise noted, donor pays standard shipping within the U.S.; winning bidder pays for express shipping or for shipping outside the U.S.

4 comments:

  1. $60 Barbarahanks (@) yahoo (dot) com

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    1. Barbara, you are the highest bidder. Please make a donation in the amount of your high bid to MercyCorps or UNICEF.

      After you have made your donation, please email me at michelle(at)michellecusolito(dot)com with your receipt attached or embedded in the email. I’ll provide you with the information you’ll need to get in touch with the donor of your item and carry out the terms of the auction.

      Thank you for your support in the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan. Your generosity will be enable MercyCorps and UNICEF to help survivors rebuild their lives.

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