Over 100 individual work of prose, poetry, and visual artwork will appear in the 2018 edition of Noblesville’s The Polk Street Review.
To celebrate the end of my grant period, I’m giving away 10 free signed copies of my children’s picture book, Rapunzel the Hairbrained. You also get a Rapunzel the Hairbrained bookmark and comb.
According to comedian Aaron Woodall, the book I read at age 12 can’t be my favorite anymore. I beg to differ.
Page & Stage Theatre Co. is offering a five-week summer drama-for-literacy camp for kids ages 4-18. The camp, hosted by Logan Street Sanctuary, runs June 25-July 28 and is directed by Paul “Spike” Wilson, a public school teacher who also holds a PhD in Theatre. While the camp builds acting skills, its main focus is building reading skills and confidence.
Hi young poets! I’m an officer of PSI, Poetry Society Society of Indiana. One of my friends and sister PSI officer, Jenny Kalahar, is publishing an anthology of youth poetry from Indiana authors. Please consider submitting! Are you living in Indiana and are you 12 to 18 years old? Please consider sending in your best …
As I look in the mirror and adjust my $25 tiara encrusted with fake diamonds, I ask my reflection, “What would Susan B. Anthony say about this?”
Author Sarah E. Morin will be launching her second book, Rapunzel the Hairbrained, in association with Nickel Plate Arts’s popular Fairyville event April 18-21.
Whew! After wrestling with CreateSpace for a few weeks, Rapunzel the Hairbrained is uploaded! I am now awaiting my proof copy. In the meantime, here are my reflections on my CreateSpace experience.