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
I am thrilled to be here on Writers’ Rumpus today interviewing my friend K.R. Conway. For those who don’t know her, Kate (who publishes under
Emma started her career with Simon & Schuster Children’s Publishing, where she worked in the marketing department before joining the Aladdin editorial team. After leaving
Get to know Charlotte Wenger, associate editor at Page Street Kids!
Interview by Dianna Sanchez Dreaming Robot Press is a tiny little publisher in the small town of Las Vegas, NM – much less glamorous than
I am proud to say that soon I will be a Clavis Books author. I loved their books and mission from the moment I Googled
Guest Post by Rob Broder, Ripple Grove Press, and Piotr Parda “I never read. I just look at pictures.” – Andy Warhol Wordless, adjective: without
When I needed to find a professional to review a contract I had been offered, a number of people suggested Mary Flower, a veteran lawyer
Jair Hernandez, one of the founders of Bab’l Books, is using his Harvard Business School degree to fill a need: bilingual children’s books for bilingual
UPDATE: CHARACTER PUBLISHING IS NO LONGER IN BUSINESS CAROL GORDON EKSTER: First of all, congratulations, Kristen! That’s quite an undertaking to buy a small press.
Guest Post by Rob Broder — President and Founder of Ripple Grove Press Rob Broder’s guest post, “You Can Judge a Book by Its Title,
REMEMBER, NOBODY BUYS A BOOK THEY HAVEN’T HEARD OF.* Read this interview with children’s book marketing expert, Deborah Sloan, to find out how to get
GUEST POST by Rob Broder, President & Founder of Ripple Grove Press We have received over 2000 submissions at Ripple Grove Press (RGP) since we
CAROL GORDON EKSTER: It’s always exciting for kidlit writers to hear about a new publishing company geared towards the magical genre of picture books. (Can
Victoria Wells Arms has spent over twenty years in publishing, beginning as an editor at Dial Books for Young Readers and later establishing the highly
UPDATE: CHARACTER PUBLISHING IS NO LONGER IN BUSINESS. Some titles have been acquired by other publishers. I first contacted Jerusha Bosarge through the SCBWI Discussion