September 23, 2009
If you’re big on blogging about children’s literature, you’ll want to attend the Kidlitosphere Conference in Washington this October 17th.
But you know what? Even if you’re not a blogger, this conference might be perfect for you. Because it may give you that push you need to start a blog. It will definitely address any questions you might have, and inspire you along the way.
Look at some of these conference offerings: Building a Better Blog, Social Networking for Fun (and Profit?), and Coming Together, Giving Back.
It’s just one day, and it’s just $100. It’s in Washington, which might be very convenient if you live around Washington. Um, maybe not so convenient if you don’t.
Still, if you’re planning on taking a little trip, a one-day conference may fit in nicely. And hey, you can blog all about it!
February 11, 2009
Have you checked out Kidlitosphere yet? I stumbled across this cool website of bloggers just the other day and immediately dashed off an email, asking to join.
And today, I found Finders and Keepers on the Miscellaneous Blogroll! Wheee!
Um, maybe I should explain that Whee! a bit. Kidlitosphere is a society of bloggers in children’s and young adult literature. So, in one place, you can find blogs by authors, editors, publishers, librarians, reviewers, and all other manner of folks excited about children’s and YA literature.
I think that’s kinda cool, finding like-minded souls, all gathered together in one spot, to expound, investigate, review, enlighten, and share kid’s literature.
Kidlitosphere. One big ball of kidlit blogs. And now Finders and Keepers is rolling along for the ride, too. Wheeee!