Friday Links List and Illustrators' Treehouse News - 14 February 2020


From PW: In 2021 Budget Proposal, Trump Once Again Seeks to End Federal Library Funding

From SCBWI British Isles: FUNDING KNOWHOW Arvon Foundation (writers retreats in Europe)

From Bookshelf: Now here is a gorgeous bookshelf! Band Rail bookcase


From Brightly: 10 Books About Equality for Kids Ages 9-12 and 15 Books for Teens About the Ongoing Fight for Equality

From Elle: Voices of Change: Tomi Adeyemi, Akwaeke Emezi, Elizabeth Acevedo, Angie Thomas, and Nic Stone are rewriting the rules of young adult fiction.


From Cynsations: Guest Post: Tom Angleberger on Children’s Literature as a Team Sport

From Horn Book: Picture Books for President's Day

From the NYT: New Literary Prize Will Award Over $100,000 to a Female Novelist

From Christie Wright Wild: Acronyms and Abbreviations for Popular Terms Used by Writers



THE ILLUSTRATORS' TREEHOUSE NEWS
From KinderComics: A Graphic Novel Library, or, Books People Talk About (a lot)

Do you know about the Mad Monster Party in North Carolina?

From the National Parks Foundation: NPAF Highlights Artists in the Parks: BANDALOOP and More Residency Opportunities (including Hawaii)

In Scotland? Go see The Art of the Celtic Revival

From PW: Ten Speed Builds a Graphic List


Apple is trying to compete with Adobe: Artstudio Pro for macOS

From Muddy Colors: THASSA´S ORACLE by JESPER EJSING (process post) and Allen Williams Freankeneasel

Do you know about Seana Gavin's work? She's a collage artist.

From CGSociety: The Art of Animation: “Klaus” Webinar

From Muddy Colors: WHAT’S SO GREAT ABOUT N. C. WYETH? and 2020 RISING STAR WINNERS!

From CommArts: Embracing Brokenness (Mainstream and Indie Game Arts)

Mentioned in the above article: The Electric Zine Maker

From Diamond BookShelf (Graphic Novel News): FUZZY BASEBALL Enters the Third Inning (I work with John Steven Gurney at Hollins U.)



OFF TOPIC BUT INTERESTING
From Cambridge: Legacies of the Third Reich: Concentration Camps and Out-group Intolerance

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