So, as I’ve been twittering lately, later this week I head to NYC, and then on to Italy for the Bologna Book Fair. And while, yes, it’s Italy in the Spring, with all the good food, great scenery, nice weather and such that that implies, but it’s also a lot of work. Work I’m looking […]
Sorry, guys, I’ve got a headache attacking my brain like Godzilla in Tokyo, so allow me to just fill this space with links, ok? Thanks.
Anokaberry includes Ellen Booraem‘s The Unnameables in her list of Best Books of 2008 for Middle-Grade Readers, while Literate Lives also does a very nice write-up, arguing for its inclusion on the Newbery list.
I’m a little late with my blog post for the day, but I was busy earlier making plans for a little wine reception I’m hosting with fellow Denver agent Kristin Nelson for the editors and librarians who’ll be coming to town later this month for ALA Midwinter. If you’re an editor or librarian who’s going to be in town, we’d love to see you!
Otherwise known as the “it’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas and I have nothing exciting to write about” blog post. So! First of all, isn’t this “tree” cool? I found the image on Australian publisher Allen & Unwin’s blog page — A&U, by the way, which will publish kt literary client Lili Wilkinson‘s new book PINK next year.