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Lori Alexander, Fiction Editor of SFC, lives in Tucson, Arizona with her husband and two young children. After working in Human Resources for several years, and drafting many serious and stuffy emails, she is pursuing her passion for children’s literature. She enjoys writing picture books and magazine stories (none of which are serious or stuffy).
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Today, I'm excited to share a guest post from Award-winning Author Mayra Calvani. She is stopping by as part of her World of Ink Virtual Author Tour this month.
Mayra not only writes fiction and nonfiction for children and adults. She’s a reviewer for The New York Journal of Books and co-editor of Voice in the Dark ezine.
Added by VS Grenier on February 6, 2011 at 11:30pm — No Comments
This week you get to meet the Stories for Children Publishing Families Matter Blog Editor Terri Forehand. Terri is a pediatric/neonatal critical care nurse and freelance writer. She writes both fiction and nonfiction for children and adults from her rural Indiana home, which she shares with her husband of 28 years and an array of animals including alpacas.
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Kris Quinn Christopherson is not only one of the many Stories for Children book reviewers; she is also a wife, mother, children's literature lover and reviewer, writer, and proudly known as “Kris the Reader” through weekly story times in her community. A Southern-born girl who lives on a farm in the Midwest, she is raising confident readers who adore a good story, and working hard to create her own good stories. Kris has edited and written for the National…Continue
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