The Postcard Post: Matthew Rivera

The Postcard Post welcomes Matthew Rivera. I picked up Matthew's postcard at the SCBWI Summer Conference in Los Angeles this past August— more proof, if you need it, that postcards are great communicators! Growing up, Matthew Rivera was notorious for doodling on any receipts or utility bills his parents left lying around the house. He... Continue Reading →

The Postcard Post: Joy Steuerwald

The Postcard Post welcomes Joy Steuerwald. I love Joy's delightful illustrations and you will too! Joy Steuerwald is an illustrator and author who is still celebrating her debut picture book THE PECULIAR PIG with Nancy Paulsen Books released a few months back. It’s already received a starred review from Kirkus along with many other amazingly... Continue Reading →

The Postcard Post: Kaz Windness

The Postcard Post welcomes author/illustrator Kaz Windness. Hold on tight if you spook easily and get ready to adore these imaginative images! Kaz Windness is an author and illustrator specializing in creepy-cute characters and spooky humor for kids of all ages. She studied children’s book illustration at the Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design... Continue Reading →

Submissions 101: Social Media Savvy, pt 2

As we discussed last month, agents and editors strongly encourage authors to develop a platform long before their book is published. One key element for most authors and illustrators is social media. But what should your social media look like while querying, (especially if you don't feel you have anything to talk about)? Here are... Continue Reading →

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