Air Frames in “Home of the Brave”

Earlier this week, Founder and Publisher of Tu Books Stacy Whitman collected a list of children’s books about the internment of Japanese Americans during WWII. It reminded me of Allen Say’s Home of the Brave, and the work I had done as part of my graduate...

Buying Pop Art at Barnes & Noble

Today I posted on LitDrift about pop art and children’s literature. I’m enclosing a sneak peek here, and you can check out the rest of the piece, Buying Pop Art at Barnes & Noble on LitDrift. Andy Warhol was fascinated with the high and low in art,...

Watching An Illustrator Work

I love looking at a finished painting and trying to figure out how the artist painted the different layers, what type of brush stroke they used, etc. On The Blue Rose Girls you can see the evolution of Anna Alter’s current work. Fascinating! It’s amazing...

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