I adore Rita Lorraine Hubbard’s debut picture book, Hammering For Freedom. So when she joined the 20/20 Vision Picture Book marketing group, I was excited
With so many wonderful Writers’ Rumpus posts to choose from, it’s always a delightful challenge to decide which to include in my annual review.
When I read MUSLIM GIRLS RISE, I couldn’t wait to ask Saira Mir about her book and her writing journey. The book features 19 inspiring
Kim Chaffee has been an invigorating presence in our Writers’ Rumpus group since she joined in 2016. Her debut year has included two picture books:
As Halloween approaches, author Josh Roberts talks with us about what makes for a great spooky middle grade novel.
THE JADE DRAGONBALL beautifully blends fantasy, various points of view and different times in history. Fast paced, entertaining, and well written, it’s kind of adventure
CAROL GORDON EKSTER: Dawn, it is so lovely that you are a Writers’ Rumpus reader and reached out about your new books. You are such
For most of us writers, civilizations could rise and fall in the time between book launches. But with back-to-back book launches this week and next,
GUEST POST by Rob Broder, Ripple Grove Press Ripple Grove Press turns five years old this fall. Writers’ Rumpus is honored to host Rob Broder
Before you bend or break the rules of writing for children, the generally accepted strategy is to learn the established rules first. But however these authors and illustrators dreamed up these groundbreaking book ideas, they executed them brilliantly.
CAROL GORDON EKSTER: I “met” Tina Cho through social media. Someone connected us on Instagram when I posted a page from my YOU KNOW WHAT?
Lori Alexander writes children’s books filled with humor and heart. I first interviewed her about her use of mentor texts several years ago on ReFoReMo,