Events, classes, contests for picture book writers and illustrators for January, 2021
Events, classes, contests for picture book writers and illustrators for November, 2021
Writing picture books is not easy. It is a concentrated, deep, and selective process which we consider an art.
How the generosity of writing communities turned a blog post idea into a whole new resource page and 12 monthly posts.
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.
The summer is drawing to a close, beach days are limited, school buses are starting up, but with the start of fall comes the start
The annual spring conference for NESCBWI is coming this weekend! That means a weekend full of workshops and keynote speakers, of being critiqued by agents
Racing through the mall Voice croaking like a frog Wishing you were home sweet home Perusing your favorite blog! Is it my imagination, or does
It’s the end of November, and with it goes another YA’LL Fest. This was my third YA’LL Fest, and each year I learn valuable information.
Need to revise your NaNoWriMo novel in January? Do your descriptions leave you flat? Is your character hiding his/her/its emotional truth? Try an online course
By Sarah Lynne Reul When I first got into this industry, I didn’t even realize that author/illustrator school visits were a thing! I had so
by Alli Brydon April is just around the corner, and it’s National Poetry Month! In honor of good ol’ verse, I wanted to talk about
As writers, we’re always looking for ways to better our craft. No one, no matter how successful, knows everything. One of the great things about
What one professional hails as genius, another may label as slight. I’m challenging you to gather perspectives.
By Sarah Lynne Reul As you might remember, I absolutely love the Spring conference run by the New England chapter of the Society of Children’s
Have you ever felt like you’re writing in circles? Have you ever felt like you’re writing in circles? Have you ever felt like you’re writing