Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Summer Fun - Yvette Silver

This pen and ink drawing aims to capture the spirit of childhood summers, long before
the concept of "free-range" became something we only associate with chickens.
Now go out and play!

Story published in High Five Magazine

Diana Ting Delosh is happy to announce the publication of her story, Skip and Scout in the August 2009 issue of Highlights High Five magazine, Bonus Pages: Make Your Own Mini-Book. Illustrated by Anna Currey.

To find out more about the illustrator/writer, see Diana's blog and website.

Monday, July 27, 2009

Summer - by Patrizia Barroero

Mixed media illustration, copyright by Patrizia Barroero
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SUMMER: Diana Ting Delosh

SMOKEY JOE • © Diana Ting Delosh • Ink & Watercolor

Smokey Joe loves to play hide and seek with the other animals in the summer garden. "Come out Come out wherever you are," he calls. No one answers. I think the other animals prefer to remain hidden. To find out more visit Diana's website or blog.

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Good News for Penny Weber

Penny has just signed three contracts to illustrate upcoming picture books! One is for First Person Publishing and is written by African children and sponsered by AfricaAid to be released for the 2009 holiday season. The next two are for Tilbury House, to be released May of 2010 and Raven Tree Press with a tentative release date of Jan 2011.
(Yay me!)
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Thursday, July 9, 2009

The Pewter Plate Award!

The Pewter Plate shown on the July 2008 Highlights High Five magazine open
to pages 12 & 13. Bubble Trouble poem by Diana Ting Delosh - Art by Holli
Conger - © 2008 Highlights.

Diana Ting Delosh is happy to announce that she just received the Pewter Plate Award from Highlights High Five for Puzzle Poem of the Year for Bubble Trouble! published in the July 2008 magazine issue.

To find out more about the illustrator/writer please see her blog at or her website at dianadelosh .com.

Monday, July 6, 2009

Like Magic-

I am now represented by The McVeigh Agency. Mark McVeigh is a literary Agent with over a decade of experience as an editor working for publishing power houses. He's now taken his passion for publishing into the world of representing the creative people. An author himself - he's seen all sides and wants to help those creative voices find their audiences.

I am so happy and excited to work with Mark! I can't even imagine what's up his sleeve....

The McVeigh Agency

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Wednesday, July 1, 2009