Friday Links List and Illustrators' Treehouse News - 20 March 2020

From Nicola Morgan: Write it down – your diary will be valuable (and could win prizes!)

From The Bookseller: Shortlists for CILIP Carnegie and Kate Greenaway Medals revealed

From PW: How Kids' Lit Is Responding to the Coronavirus and
Authors Launch Digital Children's Book Festival

From Shelf Awareness: Amazon Prioritizing 'High-Demand' Items, Hiring 100,000 Workers

From The Bookseller: French publishers bring in measures to help indie bookshops

From Patreon: Decameron Project is creating communities and writing stories

From the LA Times: Stuck at home with kids? Amy Adams and other celebrities will read you a story

From Muddy Colors:::
What Now? Create! and
What Color it That?

From Intagram's Deathburger:: Neon Rising for free The year is 2020, the world recovers from the TPAW! (Toilet Paper Atomic Wars) and Confinement is Mandatory. Entertainment is a precious resource... no more:. DOWNLOAD THIS FREE ONLINE GRAPHIC NOVEL!

From PW: The Fanatic: Their free Graphic Novels newsletter

From CommArts: The Rise of Social Entrepreneurship

From the BBC: Will this be how we do make-up in the future?

From Reycraft Books: They are looking for submissions from underrepresented communities

From the Society of ILlustrators: Women in Comics (Currently closed to the public, but will hopefully open again soon!)

From The Art Room Plant: Concertina hole books - positively brilliant!

Jessica Ciccolone

From Twitter: Here's a great thread about doing your PhD VIVA remotely!

From The State of South Carolina: Covid-19 Educational Materials

From Humanity in Action: Here's an interesting webinar series that has to do with our local Catawba nation: Rights and Resistance: the Ongoing Fight for Indigenous Sovereignty

A high-school student created this up-to-date Coronavirus data tracker

From Twitter: South Carolina school buses are being equipped to become wi-fi hot spots for students who live out in the country

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