Synopsis: Uh-oh, Grandma’s gone missing…. In this year’s Cybils winner for Elementary/Middle Grade Graphic Novels, Where’s Halmoni? by Julie Kim, Noona and her little brother Joon decide to visit their Halmoni (Grandma in Korean) only to find that she’s mysteriously disappeared. Following a set of animal tracks on the floor,… Read More »Cybils Review: WHERE’S HALMONI? by Julie Kim
…I’ll leave you to decide which are the bits, which are the bobs, and which are the whatnot. Firstly, I don’t want anyone to miss the great Kickstarter project that has been launched by our good blogging friend Lee Wind of “I’m Here. I’m Queer. What the Hell Do I Read?”… Read More »Thursday Bits and Bobs and Whatnot
Synopsis: I’ve finally been able to get back to some pleasure reading after a long stint of Cybils reading (which has now slowed down), and I picked up Jessica Brody’s In Some Other Life for a bit of fun escapism—and I was not disappointed. As you might know, I enjoy… Read More »Monday Review: IN SOME OTHER LIFE by Jessica Brody
Words of wisdom from Lawrence Ferlinghetti’s typewriter in the Museum of American History in Washington, D.C., augmented with a few extra for those of us who need them. May your 2018 be the best writing year yet! XO,Sarah and Tanita This work is copyrighted material. All opinions are those of… Read More »Happy New Year–and Happy Writing!
Over at the Wonderland blog we’re trying something out for the first half of the New Year: we’re going back to our Flickr-inspired fiction habit of the past, in which we write a story or poem or passage in response to an image provided from Flickr’s Creative Commons. (You can… Read More »Flicktion Tuesday Challenge #1: My Mother the Gorgon