Artsy/literary links


These are links to sites relating to my books or my art:


First of all, my Facebook page

https://www.facebook.com/Slugworks


Abrams  Books for Young Readers - my publisher!

http://www.hnabooks.com/


Abacus Gallery of American Crafts - a lovely gallery located in Portland, ME    

http://www.abacusgallery.com/


The Mill at Salmon Falls -  where my studio is located

http://www.millartists.com/


Jacketflap, an online community of children’s book authors, illustrators, publishers, agents, etc.!

http://www.jacketflap.com


Etsy. the handmade paradise. Everything here is hand sewn, felted, welded, jeweled, woodworked, painted, etc, etc! The crafter’s heaven!

http://www.etsy.com


Ok, I am slightly biased, but check out the fantastic new site of my elder darling daughter!!!

http://www.erinaellis.com


Again, slightly biased. Here is the website of my younger darling daughter, who is a make-up artist in New York City!!!

http://emilymellis.com/


Deborah Lee Rose - the other half of the Twelve Days of this and that team!

http://www.deborahleerose.com


My friend Susan Carlson, machine quilter extraordinaire! 

http://www.susancarlson.com


One of my other amazing quilting friends, Wen Redmond:

http://www.wenredmond.com/


And another: fabric designer/quilter Susan Rose:

http://www.susanrose.com



Here is a list of sites belonging to some of my friends who are children’s book illustrators and/or authors:


http://www.jeanniebrett.com/


http://www.marieharris.com/


http://www.tonibuzzeo.com/


http://www.karenbuschholman.com


http://www.janecowenfletcher.com/


http://www.teriweidner.com/


http://www.terryfarish.com


studiojjk - the website of children’s book author/illustrator Jarrett J. Krosoczka. I don’t know him, but he has a wicked cool website, plus he wrote a book about a kid whose best friend is a big red slug. How can you lose? By the way, he is also the author of the super-popular Lunch Lady books...

http://www.studiojjk.com/


Ok, I don’t know Kevin Hawks either. But I wish I did! I’ve loved his work for ages. And he is from Maine too, so why not include his groovy website here??

http://www.kevinhawkes.com/home.htm


Costume Society of America  - I gave a presentation about Prudy’s Problem and collecting at the annual convention of this group of fascinating people. Talk about collectors - they collect everything from gloves to sewing machines! Check them out:

http://www.costumesocietyamerica.com/







 

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