So, you’ve finally convinced your young writer to write—what next? The answer is obvious—encourage them to publish! Find out how to publish your child’s story.
Browsing: Creative Writing
Fanfiction – writing new stories about existing favorite characters, settings, and events – offers a fantastic opportunity for young readers and writers.
Karen Benke has a handwritten letter + envelope surprise subscription for kids, to get them interested in snail mail.
Film producer and author of the children’s book Oh, the Places You’ve Been, Ben Everard shares his insight into what makes a children’s book great for film adaption.
Karen Benke is the author of several books, including Rip the Page! Adventures in Creative Writing, Leap Write In! featuring more adventures in creative writing, and Write Back Soon: Adventures in Letter Writing.
Jonathan Roth, author-illustrator of Beep and Bob, explains why we take our characters to the limits of their endurance: so they can find a way to face their fears and grow.
Karen Banke’s RiP tHe PaGe! AdVeNtUrEs In CrEAtIvE wRiTiNg (Roost Books/ Shambhala Publications, translated into Russian and soon Korean) helps to take the pressure off emerging and reluctant writers.
Katie Bayerl, the author of A Psalm for Lost Girls, gives a behind the scenes look into creating a debut young adult novel.
“…the best worlds were the ones that felt alive, that felt like they existed whether I was reading about them or not.”
Django Wexler is a self-proclaimed computer/fantasy/sci fi geek. He graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with degrees in creative writing and computer science, and worked in artificial intelligence research.