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A Chat with Cynthia Kreilick About “Publishing Local” and Morning Circle Media, by Anna Forrester

There are so many ways to get your stories out to readers – from self-publishing to publishing with one of “The Big Five,” to everything in between. This spring I had the pleasure of meeting Cynthia Kreilick, who writes picture … Continue reading

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Chatting with EPA SCBWI-er KATE GARCHINSKY About Illustrating THE SECRET LIFE OF THE RED FOX (Released March 7)! by Anna Forrester

School Library Journal gave illustrator Kate Garchinsky’s debut, THE SECRET LIFE OF THE RED FOX (Boyds Mills Press, written by Laurence Pringle, illustrations by Kate Garchinsky) a starred review, saying: “Beginning on a snowy afternoon in February and ending in early autumn, … Continue reading

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Celebrate Member News! by Lindsay Bandy

The art and poetry has been AMAZING this month, and I can’t wait to see what comes next. Thanks to all of you who have been commenting and cheering each other on! We’re going to take a one-day break here … Continue reading

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An Interview with Picture Book Author Anna Forrester, by Rachel Dougherty

I’m excited to introduce you to Anna Forrester, Philadelphia-based writer, adventurer, and science enthusiast. Between years spent teaching, designing landscapes for play, and writing for kids, Anna brings a uniquely well-rounded perspective to children’s lit. Some Eastern Penn Points readers may … Continue reading

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An Interview with Author Christine Kendall on Character and Intuition, by Anna Forrester

Christine Kendall lives and writes in Philadelphia. Her debut middle grade novel, RIDING CHANCE, was released by Scholastic in October, and has been nominated for an NAACP Image Award in the category of ‘Outstanding Literary Work – Youth/Teens.  “Troy is a kid with a passion. And dreams. … Continue reading

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Reining in Picture Book Back Story, by Anna Forrester

 Way too often on a first draft, I lead with back story. It’s a habit I hope to outgrow as my writing matures. But in the meantime, I need strategies to fix it once all that background info is already there, … Continue reading

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