The Postcard Post Old Home Week: Elizabeth Rose Stanton and Russ Cox

It’s time once again to take a look at what illustrators who shared their postcards and tips with us in the past are up to now. Postcard Post Old Home Week is back with author/illustrators Elizabeth Rose Stanton and Russ Cox. Elizabeth Rose Stanton Elizabeth's had lots of exciting news. Let's get all the details... Continue Reading →

The September Postcard Post: Charlie Eve Ryan

I first saw this month's featured illustrator's work on Facebook and instantly knew I had to see more. Sub It Club is thrilled to welcome Charlie Eve Ryan. Sit back and enjoy her wonderful postcard and tips too! Charlie Eve Ryan is a professional freelance illustrator/writer and member of SCBWI. In 2012, she was accepted... Continue Reading →

Publishing a Children’s Book: With and Without an Agent by Michelle Houts

Seven years ago, when I finished my first attempt at contemporary middle-grade fiction, I wasn’t quite sure what to do with it. Submit to agents? Submit it myself to those houses who would allow unsolicited manuscripts? I’d already been collecting rejections from my first two attempted novels (both historical fiction – and both still unpublished.)... Continue Reading →

The February Postcard Post: C.S. Jennings

I met C.S. Jennings through his very fun and lively twitter feed. Get ready for great images and helpful advice (on production tasks too) to follow. Enjoy! C.S. Jennings is a professional illustrator and sometimes author specializing in concept work, children's, and editorial illustration. He is the author of ANIMAL BAND and HELLO, TEXAS! He... Continue Reading →

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