Author-Illustrator Dan Santat talks about putting everything he has into making stories that stand the test of time.
What goes into making a non-fiction picture book? How do you start researching? And how do you balance story, design and information? I sit down with author-illustrator Katherine Roy to discuss in detail the messy process of telling a great story.
Author-Illustrator Samuel Valentino talks about folklore types, making books for an audience of three and the story behind his Moonbeam Award-winning chapter book The Silver Rings.
Thank you for listening and supporting the Picturebooking Podcast in 2014. This episode is a look back at some of my favorite moments from this past year.
Author-Illustrator Fred Koehler shares how one sketch, drawn in frustration, kick-started his picture book career.
Illustrator Kelly Murphy talks about her artistic journey, the difference between your voice and your style, and the current mindset of art students.
Teacher-librarian Matthew Winner is celebrating his 100th episode of the Let’s Get Busy Podcast. And I’m super excited to be able to share in the #LGBPodcast festivities.
In this episode of the Picturebooking Podcast we celebrate picture book month by having New York Times bestselling author and illustrator Peter Brown on the show.
In this episode of the Picturebooking Podcast I sit down with children’s book illustrator Will Terry, to talk about the business of being an artist. Will is such a great resource for children’s book illustrators. He has the pulse of this industry and shares this knowledge freely. It was truly an honor to pick his brain. Enjoy!
In this episode of the Picturebooking Podcast we have the thrilling conclusion to my chat with Carter Higgins. We’ll talk about the acquisition of her first picture book, Everything You Need for a Treehouse (Chronicle Books, 2017)! With Jesse Klausmeier on last episode, it’s been all about Chronicle Books lately.