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The Edge & The Carnival

Honestly, I was going to copy two entire posts from Big A, little a and paste them here, but apparently I don’t know how to do that and retain the links. So instead I’ll have to link only to the Edge itself, and the allow some text to tempt you to delve further.

The May issue of The Edge of the Forest is up. Here’s what’s in store this month:

Kelly interviews Kerry Madden and investigates JacketFlap. Allie discusses “The Bermudez Triangle: Too Cool for School?” and profiles author Deb Caletti. Kim Winters talks to children’s writers on retreat about what they are reading and why for the In the Backpack column, and gets personal about writing for children in A Day in the Life. Kelly Fineman interviews David Lubar in our Blogging Writer feature. There are reviews in all categories — from Picture Book to Young Adult — and Best of the Blogs covers THE scandal of the month (you know which one...)

Don’t miss the 14th Carnival of Children’s Literature, to be held one week from today at Chicken Spaghetti. Stop by there and email your submission or use the form at the Blog Carnival site. The deadline is Thursday.

Thanks, Kelly, as today I only had the energy to slap in a couple of links and edit a smidge.

5 comments:

Kelly said...

I know how that goes, MR :)

Have you submitted your carnival link yet? I've got to do that and SOON!! Um, like now.

MotherReader said...

Yes! I had done a post on a English/Spanish poetry book just before the Carnival was announced, so I submitted it right away. Maybe the only time in my life I've been ahead of the game.

Susan said...

Thank you for spreading the word about the Carnival!

cloudscome said...

LOL I stole posts from Kelly this week too. Why am I so lazy?

cloudscome said...

Actually, now that I think about it, I stole from Kelly AND Susan this week. I liked their links! My brain is empty!