Friday Links List and Illustrators' Treehouse News - 26 June 2020

From the University of Glasgow: The LEVERHULME FANTASY LECTURES BY PROFESSOR BRIAN ATTEBERY (2019) are now available online

From The Mary Sue: If You Really Want to Unlearn Racism, Read Black Sci-Fi Authors

From Brightly: How to Diversify Your Child’s Bookshelves

From Shelf Awareness: Susanna Clark has a new novel out! British author Susanna Clarke won a World Fantasy Award and legions of fans with her debut novel, Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell, a classic in its own time.

From Library Journal: Resources for Cultivating an Antiracist Mindset

From SLJ (School Library Journal):
     Representation Matters: Black Joy Is an Act of Resistance
     Weeding Out Racism’s Invisible Roots: Rethinking Children’s Classics | Opinion
     Police-Free Schools Advocates Earn Big Wins; Movement Has National Momentum
     Reading Alternatives to Three Problematic Classics

From PW:
     Authors’ Quarantine Stories: Carson Ellis
     Three Authors Examine Diversity in Books for Young Readers
     Upcoming YA Novel 'Ember Days' Canceled by Author

From Muddy Colors:
     What Good is Art?
     Auction Diving with Howard Lyon
     How to Constructively Critique
     Improvisational Painting with Bryan Mark Taylor

From June Newsletter interviews with industry professionals and illustrator features

From Shelf-Awareness: Building Mural in the Works for Milwaukee's Rainbow Booksellers

Shout Mouse Press is looking for illustrators!

From The House of Illustration (UK):
     Free family learning resources: illustrating the curriculum Our KS2 cross-curricular resources adapted for at-home use.
     Quentin Blake's Free Rainbow E-Cards

From SCBWI (members only):
     How Illustrators Can Supplement Their Income Art Rep by James Burns
     Publishing Nonfiction Books in the Age of Coronavirus

From The Edinburgh College of Art: Edinburgh College of Art Graduate Show - ONLINE

From Diamond Books: Moonstruck Returns

From Broadway World: Americans for the Arts Conference Shares Staggering Impact on Industry

From NYT: What is owed? If true justice and equality are ever to be achieved in the United States, the country must finally take seriously what it owes black Americans. By Nikole Hannah-Jones

From Comm Arts: Verify My Humanity campaign

From MakeIt: The simple, but meaningful, interview question this anti-racist company asks job applicants

From Like Humans and Apes, Ravens Have the Foresight to Save Up for the Future

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