Tag: illustrations

Picture a Story: Interviews with Illustrators

Featuring interviews with five Canadian illustrators about creating narratives in words and pictures. Featuring guest author-illustrators Peggy Collins, Katherine Battersby, Farida Zaman, Christine Tripp, and Chris Jones. 45 minute. All ages. To listen to this special episode of my Cabin Tales Podcast, visit CabinTales.ca or… Continue Reading “Picture a Story: Interviews with Illustrators”

Thieving Squirrels this spring

The Squirrels Stole my Sister is the title of my forthcoming picture book

MARCH 2021 Update: When the Squirrels Stole my Sister is in the Spring 2021 catalogue of Fitzhenry & Whiteside, for publication this June. Cover image to come soon! [older post…] Years ago, I wrote a story about a clever squirrel who grew tired of… Continue Reading “Thieving Squirrels this spring”

MASC Festival 2019

MASC online logo

I had a great time at this year’s MASC Young Authors and Illustrators Festival in Ottawa. The 3-day event was held at the Canadian Aviation Museum, where over 450 children aged 9-12 came from around the region — some of them getting up at… Continue Reading “MASC Festival 2019”

MASC Young Authors and Illustrators Festival 2019

I’m ready for the MASC Young Authors and Illustrators Festival taking place in Ottawa April 9-11. I’ll be leading workshops with keen young writers coming to town from elementary schools across eastern Ontario and western Quebec. This annual event draws hosting authors and illustrators from… Continue Reading “MASC Young Authors and Illustrators Festival 2019”

The Squirrels are Coming!

Wonderful news: When the Squirrels Stole my Sister, my upcoming picture book with Fitzhenry & Whiteside, is going to be illustrated by Patricia Storms. 🙂 Patricia is an accomplished author/illustrator well-known in the Canadian kidlit scene. Her illustrations range from super-adorable to just-a-little-creepy (intentionally… Continue Reading “The Squirrels are Coming!”

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