Guest Post by Stacy McAnulty Writers’ Rumpus is honored to be the first stop on Stacy McAnulty‘s blog tour for her picture book DEAR SANTASAURUS, illustrated
So, you have an idea for a children’s story. You even stay up late one night clacking away on your laptop in bed while your
I know there are many other places on the fancy schmancy intrawebz to get this information, but I’m not so sure the message is being
OOF! A big foam bat whacks my left side—hard. “Great job defending your right!” my partner shouts encouragingly. Then she shoves me to the floor.
By Heather Fenton Writing can be a solitary endeavor much of the time, so it’s truly rewarding to find a critique group or critique partner
Many critique groups are small, with four to six dedicated writers or illustrators meeting regularly to share and comment on each others’ work. In a
The critique process is integral to any author’s pursuit of a clean and polished manuscript. Many writers join critique groups and meet face to face
Does the wild rumpus start or begin? Scroll to the bottom of this post and join the conversation. Yesterday would have been Maurice Sendak’s 85th