Here's the schedule for Week 5, which starts Monday. As previously, this early schedule links to the participating blogs, instead of to the individual posts. You can find links to the posts themselves, and any last-minute updates, each morning at 7-Imp. Jules and Eisha have also set up a special page at 7-Imp containing a comprehensive list of links to the profiles posted so far. Also not to be missed is Kris Bordessa's post summarizing snowflake-related contests to date over at Paradise Found.
Monday, November 12
- John Nez at ChatRabbit
- Liza Woodruff at Check It Out
- Jane Dippold at Just Like the Nut
- Mike Wohnoutka at laurasalas
Tuesday, November 13
- Cynthia Decker at The Silver Lining
- Cecily Lang at Kate's Book Blog
- Jane Dyer at Whimsy Books
- Gutierrez at AmoXcalli and Cuentecitos
- Lee White at Please Come Flying
Wednesday, November 14
- Philomena O'Neill at Jo's Journal
- Maggie Swanson at Chicken Spaghetti
- Timothy Bush at Here in the Bonny Glen
- Peter Emmerich at Loree Griffin Burns: A Life in Books
Thursday, November 15
- Yangsook Choi at What Adrienne Thinks About That
- Laura Jacques at cynthialord's Journal
- Mary Newell Depalma at Wild Rose Reader
- Leanne Franson at Just Like the Nut
Friday, November 16
- Mary Haverfield at Your Neighborhood Librarian
- Lisa Kopelke at Lisa's Little Corner of the Internet
- Salley Mavor at ChatRabbit
- Greg Newbold at The Longstockings
- Elizabeth Sayles at AmoXcalli and Cuentecitos
Saturday, November 17
- Paul Brewer at A Chair, A Fireplace & A Tea Cozy
- Aaron Zenz at Jo's Journal
- Wendy Edelson at What Adrienne Thinks About That
- Joan Waites at Chicken Spaghetti
Sunday, November 18
- Giles Laroche at Book, Book, Book
- Annie Patterson at Check It Out
- Teri Sloat at The Miss Rumphius Effect
- Annette Heiberg at Lisa's Little Corner of the Internet
- Wade Zahares at Wild Rose Reader
Please take time out to visit all of these blogs, and read about these fabulous illustrators. And, if you're so inclined, think about bidding for a snowflake in the Robert's Snow auction. Each snowflake makes a unique gift (for yourself or for someone else), and supports an important cause.
See also the following note from Elaine Magliaro of Wild Rose Reader:
Note to Blog Readers about Blogging for a Cure: When Jules of 7-Imp put out her call in September for bloggers to interview/feature artists who had created snowflakes for Robert’s Snow 2007 at their blogs, a number of artists had not yet sent in their snowflakes to Dana-Farber. As time was of the essence to get Blogging for a Cure underway, we worked with the list of artists whose snowflakes were already in possession of Dana-Farber. Therefore, not all the participating artists will be featured. This in no way diminishes our appreciation for their contributions to this worthy cause. We hope everyone will understand that once the list of artists was emailed to bloggers and it was determined which bloggers would feature which artists at their blogs, a schedule was organized and sent out so we could get to work on Blogging for a Cure ASAP. Our aim is to raise people’s awareness about Robert’s Snow and to promote the three auctions. We hope our efforts will help to make Robert’s Snow 2007 a resounding success.
More News & Links
The Book Report podcast offers an interview with Linda Sue Park and Arthur A. Levine about Click (2007) as well as an interview with Christopher Paul Curtis. Listen here. Read a Cynsations interview with Linda Sue.
Submissions No-nos and Yes-yeses: a chat transcript featuring Nadia Cornier of Firebrand Literary Agency from the Institute of Children's Literature.
Oklahoma Author Molly Levite Griffis now offers online video talks on her books.