Tag Archives: Gillian Richardson

START THE PRESSES! – The latest news from CWILL BC writers and illustrators

Irene N. Watts has two books out, Touched by Fire and ESCAPE FROM BERLIN, Tundra Books. Tradewind books has sold rights for NO PETS ALLOWED to Brazil. Pam Withers has had a second young-adult adventure novel accepted by Tundra Books. … Continue reading

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Starting Points: Gillian Richardson discussing 10 Plants That Shook the World

An ongoing series wherein CWILL BC writers and illustrators connect a picture or an item to one of their books. Believe it or not….the thing in the photo above is a gold mine! Hmmm…don’t believe it? What do you think … Continue reading

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Taking the Publishing Plunge with Gillian Richardson

How did CWILL BC members get their first big breaks in the publishing world? In this series of interviews with local writers and illustrators, we ask what advice they would offer and what mistakes they would never repeat — an … Continue reading

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The Red Cedar Awards

Congratulations to the CWILL BC members whose books have been shortlisted for this season’s Red Cedar Awards. After the Fire by Becky Citra Animal Aha! by Diane Swanson Charlie by Beryl Young How to Build Your Own Country by Valerie … Continue reading

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News Round-up

Here’s a sampling of news and events from CWILL BC members: Dan Bar-el is working on a new a picture book story to be published by Viking Books. As well, Kids Can Press has acquired his text for a graphic … Continue reading

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