Friday Links List - 8 November 2019

From Nathan Bransford: How to write a character whose background is not your own

From Little Brown School and Library: We Are Still Here: Thoughts on Indigenous Representation

New York Times Best Illustrated Books list is out. Here are the covers at 100 Scope Notes.

From The Bookseller: China and US tariffs dispute 'painful' for UK publishers

From The Federation of Children's Book Groups: Children Who Changed the World

From Brightly: 15 Great Read-Aloud Books for Older Kids

From The BBC: BBC Two's Great British Menu to celebrate the iconic food from children's literature

From The Bookseller: Collaboration 'critical' to addressing lack of diversity in UK children's publishing, says ACE


From The New York Times: The 2019 New York Times/New York Public Library Best Illustrated Children's Books - with a great peek into the creators' studios!

From Winthrop University: Undergraduate Research Abstract Books and Compilations

Check out John Shelley's Inktober offerings - FABULOUS!: HERE and HERE

From Muddy Colors: Fantastic Arts Conference

From The Guardian: The illustrated city: Glasgow's disappearing independent newsagents: Will Knight documents the rich individuality of his local shops as they adjust their traditional offerings to stay afloat in the digital age

From Muddy Colors: The Month in Covers - October

From Muddy Colors: Raising an Artist: Art School Admissions

From Segre Premium: Mural gegant a Torregrossa (Catalonia)

From Muddy Colors: Greg Manchess on "10 Things...Contrast"

From Glowforge: Small Scale Dollhouse Miniatures

From Diamond: Comics Industry Celebrates the 2019 Ringo Awards

From The BBC: The man behind the Inktober viral drawing challenge

From NPR: Inktober Challenge Pushes Artists To Flex Their Creative Muscles

From Communication Arts: Photographer Cade Martin on finding the beauty in the unfamiliar

ICON 2019 Early-bird Illustration Conference tickets on sale now!

From Winthrop University, for students and faculty: Identify and Cope with Stress Workshop

From Communication Arts: Advertising to Save Us: The public service announcement (PSA) reminds us that advertising is not all bad.

From the York County Arts Council: Competitive Portrait Drawing

From Amnesty International: Posters that draw a parallel between weaponry and fashion

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