Tag Archives: historical fiction

A Café Chat with Author Lindsay Bandy and the Eastern PA SCBWI Regional Team

Today at the EasternPennPoints virtual café, the regional team of Eastern PA SCBWI has gathered to celebrate the release of Nemesis and the Swan, a young adult novel written by our co-Regional Advisor Lindsay Bandy. Joining Lindsay at the café are co-Regional … Continue reading

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Eastern PA SCBWI Meet & Greet on November 12 in Newtown, PA, by Virginia Law Manning

Please join author Frank Murphy, store owner Kathy Tholey Morrison, and fellow authors and illustrators at the Newtown Bookshop on Monday, November 12, for an evening of book talk and networking. Frank will speak to attendees about writing nonfiction for … Continue reading

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A Cafe Chat with Katherine Locke, by Lindsay Bandy

Good morning, Eastern PA! I am so excited to host PA author Katherine Locke at the EPP Cafe. Katherine will be joining us at Fall Philly/PA Author Day, and I really can’t wait to get my hands on a copy … Continue reading

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Food for Stereotypical Thoughts, by Kristen C. Strocchia

    As a language teacher, I really enjoy reading and writing about cultural diversity—across all genres. But while working on my first novel—a YA historical fantasy set in northeastern Africa in the late 1800’s—I became concerned about how to handle … Continue reading

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Don’t Forget the Story in History, by Marcus Sedgwick

This morning, I am happy to welcome Marcus Sedgwick to Eastern Penn Points! I asked Marcus if he would share a few words about writing historical fiction, and he kindly said yes. Marcus is the winner of many prizes, most … Continue reading

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