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
Every field has its own jargon — words, terms, and acronyms that sound like a whole special language. Publishing is no exception. What’s a newbie
Back in the 1940s, when computers could crash from a real bug, Monotype was the top option for detailed typesetting. Unlike Linotype, which quickly produced
By Kristine Carlson Asselin I am thrilled to be here on Writers’ Rumpus today interviewing my friend K.R. Conway. For those who don’t know her,
The Boston Teen Author Festival (BTAF18) opened its doors to more than 600 lit-crazed readers and writers this past Saturday and I was lucky enough to be
This article is mostly about separating colors for print by hand (about which David Weisner has said “Horrors!”), as was done years ago. And a
By Sarah Lynne Reul Recently, my book PET THE PETS (my third book … and very first novelty/lift –the-flap book) was released into the world!
By Sarah Lynne Reul Today’s the day that my second picture book, ALLIE ALL ALONG, becomes available wherever books are sold! On the surface, the