Writing for Writers
Here is another terrific article that not only gives permission to writers, but also encourages them, to use interesting and challenging vocabulary in their writing. I was one of those kids that made up words and combined words. I even took some pride in using my invented language. Children are sponges soaking up fascinating experiences […]
Rosemont College Book Festival will be held on May 4th from 10:00 to 4:00. I will be there with local publisher WragsInk reading some original poetry from the Anthology Philly: Poetry Edition published last year. The first annual book festival at Rosemont College supports authors, small indie publishers, literary journals and the community of book buyers. […]
I have been teaching elementary school (kindergarden and 2nd grade) for ten years. I have always found one section of my classroom library, the school library, and even local book stores lacking… age appropriate books for advanced readers. There are always a handful of students who exceed grade level expectations, especially in the area of […]
Be sure to read this great blog for advice directly from Agents in the business! Who better to get some insider tips from than from the very agents that represent new authors? This is an especially exciting time for writers beginning their careers because the information is so easily accessible. There are also a lot […]
There are only a few openings left for a small workshop on April 7th and April 14th with author/agent Marie Lamba at the Word Studio right here in Philadelphia! Check out the website at http://www.thewordstudio.us for more information on how to register! I’ll be there!