- April Halprin Wayland
- Carmela Martino
- Esther Hershenhorn
- Jeanne Marie Grunwell Ford
- Jill Esbaum
- Mary Ann Rodman
- TeachingAuthor alum: JoAnn Early Macken
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visit her website. You can find all Esther's blog posts here.
visit her website. You can find all Jeanne Marie's blog posts here.
Jill Esbaum is the author of many books. Her newest picture book, Tom’s Tweet (Knopf), is a 2013-2014 Goldfinch Book Award nominee. She is also the author of Stanza (HMHarcourt), a 2012-2013 Young Hoosiers Book Award nominee;
Ste-e-e-e-eamboat A-Comin’! (Farrar, Straus & Giroux), an IRA Notable Children’s Book; and To the Big Top (FSG), which was named to the CCBC’s Choices List. More picture books are forthcoming. Jill authored a nonfiction series, Picture the Seasons, for National Geographic, as well as two books in the Angry Birds Playground series: Animals, and Dinosaurs. A former instructor for the Institute of Children’s Literature, Jill leads a workshop at the University of Iowa’s Summer Writing Festival and co-hosts the Whispering Woods Picture Book Writing Workshop/Retreat each July. To contact Jill, visit her website. You can find all Jill's blog posts here.
visit her on Facebook. You can find all Mary Ann's blog posts here.
* * *You will also see posts on our blog from our TeachingAuthor alum and founding member, JoAnn Early Macken:
JoAnn Early Macken is the author of Write a Poem Step by Step (Earlybird Press, 2012). Her newest picture books are Baby Says, “Moo!” (Disney-Hyperion), Waiting Out the Storm (Candlewick Press), and Flip, Float, Fly: Seeds on the Move (Holiday House). Her poems appear in a number of magazines and anthologies, and she has also written more than 125 nonfiction books for young readers. JoAnn earned her M.F.A. in Writing for Children and Young Adults at Vermont College of Fine Arts. She teaches writing at three Wisconsin colleges, and she speaks about poetry and writing to children and adults at schools, libraries, and conferences. To contact JoAnn, visit her website. You can find all JoAnn's blog posts here.