A round-up of writing advice

If people knew how little I know about writing, they would never ever ask me for advice. Fortunately, Seattle writer Laura Wight asked several amazing Pacific Northwest writers and illustrators to shoot from the hip about what works and what doesn’t. She interviews two writers who were influential in my only formative years, Brenda Guiberson and Peg Kehret (who was my very first writing teacher!), as well as other terrific local book creators, including fellow new puppy mama, Joni Sensel.

Check out Laura’s article!

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  1. Elsbeth

    I still have Peg Kehret’s “Nightmare Mountain” on my bookshelf at home. I remember reading it for the first time in fourth grade, and several times after that.

    I enjoy your blog so much, Kirby! Hope you are doing well.