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 →

What We Talk About When We Talk About An Offer of Representation

In light of the Danielle Smith/Lupine Grove Creative scandal last month, this seems like a good time to talk about questions that authors and illustrators can ask their prospective agent to make sure that the working relationship will be a good one. Every agent works and communicates with their clients in different ways, and it... Continue Reading →

When the call is not THE call but becomes THE CALL that changes everything

If you’ve been around this business for even the shortest amount of time, you have heard people talk about THE call. It’s the call every writer dreams of. The call where an agent, a real-life professional in the publishing industry, calls you, the fabulous but vastly underappreciated writer, to offer representation. In this dream scenario,... Continue Reading →

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