Join us at the Neva Lomason Book Festival April 13

April 1, 2013

Come out and meet me and 34 other authors at the Neva Lomason Book Festival on April 13.  Bring your copy of Lili and I’ll be sure to sign it for you! And bring a few friends for some literary fun!

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Social Justice and Bullying Panel Discussion a Success

April 1, 2013

Last week, in honor of Emory University’s Social Justice Week, I participated in a panel discussion on bullying. Important topic. Great questions from the audience. And fantastic exposure for a difficult situation plaguing kids everywhere. “Bullying: Villain or Victim?” was the first of many efforts to invite conversation on the lasting effects of bullying on […]

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Tim Boyd’s wit and whimsy

March 27, 2013

There is something utterly charming about an artist with a sense of humor. Meet Tim Boyd – “painter of all things ridiculous.” “Tim begins his habit of laughing and drawing at a very early age. He was obsessed with the comics and Saturday morning cartoons. Well, he never got over it. He got through college by […]

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creative spark #59: inside the bully’s mind

March 23, 2013

We’ve talked a lot about bullying lately, and that’s great. But today we’re going to look at this issue from a slightly different perspective.  Yesterday, I participated in a fascinating panel discussion at Emory University in Atlanta that concerned multiple perspectives of bullying. Dr. Sarah Vitorino encouraged the audience to not just identify with the […]

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Bullying: Villain or Victim? Join the panel discussion at Emory

March 20, 2013

On Friday, March 22, I will participate in a panel discussion entitled “Bullying: Villain or Victim?”  The discussion will be held at Emory University in White Hall, Room 110 at 2:30. All are invited to attend the free event. The panel discussion will be led by Dr. Sarah Vitorino, a real life hero and “teacher, researcher, and […]

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