Tag Archives: Illustrators
Last November after Fall Philly, EPA member Berrie Torgan-Randall approached me and RA Kim Briggs about the possibility of offering Mike Malbrough’s “Portfolio Development Workshop” in Eastern PA. I knew the NJ chapter had successfully run the program in the … Continue reading
When I decided to take children’s writing seriously, I heard two pieces of advice: (1) Join SCBWI and (2) Join a critique group. I put both off for a while, but I figured there had to be a reason I … Continue reading
Suzanne Gaadt owns an eco-friendly graphic design studio and is an award-winning designer, writer, and illustrator with more than two decades of experience in visual communications. Recently she began focusing on writing and illustrating a children’s book. She also creates … Continue reading
Liz Seaton is an aspiring kid lit writer/illustrator from Takoma Park, Maryland, and Port Wing, Wisconsin. See Liz’s work in the SCBWI Gallery or on Facebook at Whimsy Every Day
Learn more about Rebecca by visiting her web site!
For Breakfast I Ate a Peanut Chew is an incredibly endearing short story that children of all ages will enjoy. By the end of the rhyme, the reader will undoubtedly find themselves craving this temptingly fun and delicious snack! Berrie Torgan-Randall … Continue reading
The musical theater is a big part of my family’s life and my children and I are great admirers of The Lord Lloyd-Webber’s works. I submitted the piece “The Phantom and Christine” for the February theme because the image … Continue reading