Posts tagged ‘Literature’

Call For Writers

I had a very loose idea for a middle grade novel, about a young teen who does her best thinking under water.  So, I did what comes most natural to me, and created some narrative images.  The words however, aren’t coming.

I though it might be fun to invite all you writers out there (if the spirit moves you), to write your own paragraph/short story about what’s happening in the images.

It could be a fantasy story about the character’s ability to survive under the sea. It could be a short inner dialog.  It could be nothing of the sort.  I’d be fascinated to read whatever you talented writers can come up with.  I’ll post all stories with links to work that’s kid friendly:)



I’m happy to say that some of my illustrations are featured in this month’s Synchronized Chaos.  It’s a refreshing online magazine bringing art, literature, science, culture, and travel together in a positive, informative, and interesting fashion.  (I’ve just blatantly reiterated the masthead message with a bit of an editorial spin.)

This months’ focus is Energy in Imagination.  I’m pleased that my work was chosen to appear in this particular issue. Also included are book reviews, poetry, and an informative new tech report.  I enjoy consuming varied bite-sized nuggets of art and nonfiction condensed so that the material is enjoyable but not superficial. I think that Synchronized Chaos delivers.

Artists and writers in particular should check out the zine. The editors welcome submissions and clearly outline their guidelines. Just two easy clicks;)

Author Margaret Atwood’s Keynote: “The Publisher’s Pie”

Enjoy reading?  Enjoy writing, illustrating, and seeing your work in print?  Take a few minutes and view Margaret Atwood’s rye, insightful look into the changing world of publishing.

This is a timely, funny, scary, informative talk.

Author Margaret Atwood’s Keynote: “The Publisher’s Pie”.

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