Steven Parlato invited me into this very cool blog hop. I’m admitting I am not quite sure how it works, but if you have ever wanted to market […]
My friend Jon Bard at Children’s Book Insider just told me about this thing he’s doing and I wanted to let you guys know about this in case you’re interested … and if you’re working on your craft, you should be interested! I’ll get right to the point, because this is massive: Over at CBI they’re planning […]
Today’s guest poetry poster is Bobbi Katz! No time? Write bad haiku! If you’re in a hurry, there’s nothing faster than writing a bad haiku. Three lines, 17 syllables: What could be easier? The trick is to use the word “nice” in two or more lines! Oh, yes, remember that traditional haiku focus on […]
One of our attendees was Doug Wechsler, a guy who is definitely following his bliss. He is an amazing nature photographer and also is credited with the shots below.
Here is a recent question I got from a reader. Thanks for allowing me to use your question to help others, Patrick! I hope it helps you, too. Hi! You’re busy, so I’ll try to be quick! I’m a teacher who writes and also considers myself an artist, though my training on visuals is in […]