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In this week's newsletter: Inktober, lit agents looking for picture bks, free Judy Blume poster, Curtis Brown translation rights process, broccoli girls, dicey vampires & more.
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I'm having fun participating in
, an annual October event in which artists over the world take on a challenge to do one ink drawing a day the entire month. It's not too late to start participating!
See the rules here
I love this kind of art challenge because it not only helps motivate me to draw for fun every day, but I love the community aspect. I found out about the challenge from my friend
do check out his Instagram feed
for his wonderful Inktober drawings. Last year, one of the drawings he posted reminded me so much of how I see myself...and he gave it to me! You can
see the drawing in this interview I did with Russ on Inkygirl
wrote a guest post on my blog
about five literary agents who are looking for picture book manuscripts right NOW.
Curious about how picture books get translated?
of Curtis Brown (my agency) about the process
To my fellow Canadians: Have a great Canadian Thanksgiving weekend!
NEW FREE, PRINT-READY POSTER:
Just click on the image below for a download link. Also see my
NEW FOUND OBJECT ART:
For more found object doodles, please visit
my Instagram feed
WHERE ARE MY BOOKS?
launched from Simon & Schuster Books For Young Readers earlier this year!
Find out more about my first solo picture book (including lots of free bonus goodies)
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