If you’re looking for a little queer lit to dive into this pride month, you’ve got no shortage of options. But just in case, here are five new YA Reads published just this month to help you celebrate!
Author Janet Lawler is always surprised by illustrations for her books, but she is grateful that artists add to her stories and create picture book magic.
Chelsea Lin Wallace and I met rather serendipitously over social media many months ago, and I do feel that fate was somehow at work in
Are you a fan of gouache, like me? No, not goulash (though I am a fan of that, too, particularly on a cold day). I
Guest Post by Susan Lendroth, author of Piper and Purpa Forever! This year’s Super Tues(2)day – 2/22/22 – was indeed a super day for me
Announcing the #KidsLoveNonfiction Campaign
Carol Gordon Ekster: Adria, welcome to Writers’ Rumpus! Your debut picture book My Sister, Daisy, illustrated by Linus Curci, Capstone, 2021 came out in September.
Arguably, the most important element of any elementary classroom is its library. Which basket will your books fit into it?
CAROL GORDON EKSTER: Charnelle, what beautiful illustrations you created for Alice Faye Duncan’s text, JUST LIKE A MAMA, a lyrical read aloud celebrating adopted children,
What better way to lift someone’s spirits than with the unexpected gift of a beautifully rendered classic like BLACK BEAUTY, written by Anna Sewell with breathtaking illustrations by Christian Birmingham.
If you aren’t listening to podcasts these days you are really missing out on tons of useful content. From interviews with industry professionals and reviews
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