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Famous Artists in Autocorrect History

Today, I saw a tweeter reference "Friday Kahlo," so I got to wondering how many other people had too. A lot, it turns out. So, without further ado, I present Famous Artists in Autocorrect History.


Summer Flash

This month, my flash piece "Seven Eight Nine" appears as part of Baltimore's Style magazine's summer celebration of fiction. The links below the story lead to four other brief, great pieces by Jessica Anya Blau, Jen Michalski, Timmy Reed, and Jen Grow.

(In Baltimore, it's bunny season.)



I have loads of Genie Wishes bookmarks as well as vintage circus postage stamps and mailing envelopes. If you, your children, your students, or your library patrons are looking forward to summer reading and would like a few bookmarks mailed your way, leave a mailing address via the Contact button and I'll drop some at my local blue box. Happy summer, everyone!


Glimmer Train 

I'm pleased to report that my short story "In the Bed" received Honorable Mention in Glimmer Train's March 2014 "Family Matters" competition. I can't share it yet, because no one has actually published it, but I'm hoping that another journal will pick it up. In the meantime, here's a photo of a new shoot sprouting on the Schefflera beside me. Sweet, no?


National Book Festival

I learned the other day that Genie Wishes will be part of the Library of Congress's National Book Festival this year--as the book representing Maryland on the festival's Discover Great Places Through Reading brochure/map. For me--a Library of Congress fangirl who used to walk the three or four miles from Georgetown University to the LOC once a month or so--this is all-the-flowers-blooming-at-once exciting. (These, by the way, are some of my back yard azaleas, posing last week after a crazy-long winter.)

I'll be at the August 30 festival, at the Maryland table in the Pavilion of States, when I'm not wandering around trying to spot my favorite authors (and illustrators) and work up the nerve to talk to them.