Friday Links List and Illustrators' Treehouse News - 7 February 2020

From PW: When They Got the Call: PW Speaks with the 2020 Newbery, Caldecott, and Printz Winners

From Polygon: 19 new science fiction and fantasy books to check out in February

From Gallup Polls: In U.S., Library Visits Outpaced Trips to Movies in 2019

From SLJ: On Being Comfortable with Discomfort: Tiffany Jewell Explains What It Means To Be Anti-Racist

From IRSCL: Call for Papers for the 2021 Congress in Chile

From CafeMom: 20 Children's Books That Are Modern Classics (Interesting list!)

From NPR: YA Fantasy Where The Oppression Is Real

From EW: Dave Matthews teams with children's author Clete Barrett Smith for fantasy novel

From PW: New Lee and Low Survey Shows No Progress on Diversity in Publishing and What the Book Biz Can Learn from Napster

From Brightly:">Books that Make Kids Feel Warm and Cozy

From Wired: How to Raise Media-Savvy Kids in the Digital Age

From SLJ: #OwnVoices Not Familiar to All also, do you know about #DVpit?

From The Scottish Book Trust: The Robert Louis Stevenson Fellowship Go write in France!

From Cynsations: Author Interview: Chris Barton on Writing Stories That Heal and Guest Post: Kate Messner on The Secrets to Writing Lots of Books, Promoting Them, and Still Having a Life

From Little Brown School and Library: Newsletter, Lift Every Voice: Be Anitracist

From The Society of Illustrators: 2020 Student Scholarship ENTER!!!!

Enter the AOI (Association of Illustrators) World Illustration Awards 2020

Do you know about The FAB Prize, the only children's prize for BAME new writers and illustrators?

From the icde (the Innovation Center for Design Excellence): Vetted illustration resources

Because we love her work: The Art of Annie Stegg - many of her pieces show process images

Also - here are some free demos

From the Bologna Book Fair: THE 2020 SELECTED ILLUSTRATORS - See what judges consider the best children's book illustrations out of over 600 submissions

From Urban Sketchers: Drawing Attention February 2020

From Muddy Colors: FANTASTIC ARTS CONFERENCE, March 9-13, 2020 also, ELSPETH, UNDAUNTED HERO (process post), and Artist of the Month: Mati Klarwein

From CommArts: Lego Installation

From The Bookseller: Bonnier Books UK to host portfolio review day in support of emerging illustrators

From Make Art That Sells: Assignment Bootcamp 2020: Get creative inspiration for your portfolio every week for the price of a Weekly latte!

New! Directory of Illustration - view online HERE

From The Bookseller: Bonnier celebrates Manilla Press launch with bespoke Swedish design

From Apple Podcasts: The Art of P. Craig Russell

From The Art Room Plant: Zahra Mohamadnejad

Also, her response to Brexit, featuring Sergio Schmidt Iglesias

From Muddy Colors:

From WRHI in Rock Hill: AUDIO: Women’s Art Initiative debuts new sculpture in Downtown Rock Hill

From The National Parks Foundation: Residencies

From SCBWI British Isles: Hand Lettering and Why You Should Try It

From The Verge: Not so sure this is such a good idea - are these folks getting paid for their free tutorials? Hm. Adobe is building live-streaming into Creative Cloud apps

From The Art Room Plant: Bernardo P. Carvalho

From the Good News Network: Smell of Roses, Even During Sleep, Shown to Help Improve Learning Success by as Much as 30%

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