Monthly Archives: November 2015

Last chance!

We’ve just de-installed Elision from Sanctuary Arts in Eliot, Maine where it was all summer. There’s still time to see Solidarity and the Flying Horse sculpture exhibit at the Pingree School in Hamilton, MA. De-installation is scheduled for November 23rd. Bookmark

Posted in Art, sculpture | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Sand Dollar, Sand Dollar

I have a teeny bit of news, but it’s in five or six languages! My first ever picturebook, published in 1980 by J.B. Lippincott, then taken on by Harper and Row, which has been out of print for years, is being reissued by a small start-up as a bilingual paperback and Kindle book. Bab’l Books […]

Posted in children's books, Diverse books, e-books, previously published, Writing today | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Advice from a kid: Miranda at age 9 and at age 13

A while ago I posted an interview here with Miranda, a very special person to me. Recently, I asked her similar questions about her reading habits and those of kids she knows. The answers show a trajectory¬† and are useful information for writers, so I also posted this on www.writersrumpus.com. Nine-year-old Miranda and I went […]

Posted in children's books, creative living, Interviews, Writing today | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment