If you are anywhere near Worcester, check this bookstore out. Back in the 1980s, Annie’s was a local franchise that sold used books on consignment, but the stores are independently owned these days and have each got their own thing going on. Annie’s in Worcester still has a great selection of used books but also […]
Not just comics–also anime, science fiction, and even a mini-planetarium set up by the American Museum of Natural History! I was excited about working the first-ever Tu Books booth at NYCC, where I signed books and passed out Galaxy Games trading cards that Lee & Low created for the event. Trading cards are awesome!
I’m looking forward to visiting the Bridgton Public Library in Bridgton, Maine on Thursday, July 21, at 11AM. I’ll be signing copies of The Penguins of Doom, showing off the advance reader copy from Galaxy Games: The Challengers, and talking about how authors turn ideas into finished books. Please stop by if you’re in the […]
Background I am thrilled to have been selected to participate in this year’s Launch Pad program at the University of Wyoming. This event is run by Mike Brotherton, with initial funding from NASA and continuing support from the National Science Foundation. The mission is to help authors and editors get the science right in their […]
Our region’s 25th anniversary conference was a huge success. Including faculty, 590 people packed into the Courtyard Marriott in Fitchburg, Massachusetts, for three days of education, networking, and inspiration. Not only was it the New England region’s largest event to date, but one of the largest SCBWI conferences ever held outside of the enormous international […]