Virtual graduation sounded like a compromise at first, but graduating online was actually a unique and memorable experience.
Children’s book creators and lovers gathered at R. Michelson Galleries in Northampton, Massachusetts to celebrate children’s book illustrations and the artists who create them.
Boston Book Festival 2019 provided a stage for some eyebrow-raising conversations, from thoughts on post-menopausal sex, writing about the search for identity, and whether God or Peanuts comic Charles M. Schulz wrote the “longest novel in history.”
I’m excited to announce the launch of my latest passion project: Overzealous Threads, my super punny apparel company! Our first line is called DON’T PLAY YOURSELF, with art by musician and artist Chris Robinson.
My first year as an MFA in Writing for Children was an absolute treasure. Allow me to reminisce on the beauty of it all!
I’m embarking on a new chapter this fall: Pursuing an MFA in Writing for Children at Simmons University in Boston. Here’s to following passions and always growing!
My debut children’s book series, Little Launchers, was honored at the Next Generation Indie Book Awards, as a Children’s Nonfiction category finalist with “Sebastian Creates a Sock Company.”
GoDaddy offered my books to 400 kids attending its Take Your Kids To Work Day event across five offices. The kids also heard from the books’ kid entrepreneurs!
So, you’re thinking about attending a Highlights Foundation workshop? Let me give you a newcomer’s insights on how to get the most out of it!
Most startup pitch competitions have a time limit: 60 seconds, 2 minutes. Not Polar Bear Pitching. The catch? Founders must pitch while standing waist-deep in the frozen Baltic Sea.
Why don’t we talk more about love in education? In her iNACOL Symposium 2017 keynote, Diane Tavenner tackles childhood insecurity, with love as a solution.