It was Spooky Week at the show because…well, because my son found our Halloween decorations.
People, I may never go back to the old way of teaching college courses.
Friends with kids: I started a website called Junk Drawer Spy Club.
It gives cooped up kids daily craft challenges using stuff around the house. That craft helps fight bad guys in an ongoing storyline.
Give it a shot (maybe give yourself an hour of peace?)
This Spring, America’s craziest mascot and I will have something in common. We’ll both be on campus at Western Kentucky University.
I am thrilled to be teaching a fiction writing workshop for WKU’s undergraduate and MFA students.
It promises to be a lot of fun!
I’ll be reading at AWP on Thursday, March 28 at 6pm at the Rose City Book Pub.
It’s sponsored by King Shot Press and Lazy Fascist Press.
Here’s the lineup:
Constance Ann Fitzgerald
Thank you to all six schools and one library that welcomed me.
We talked a lot about gorillas and a lot about what writers do.
A highlight for me was unveiling my new presentation, “How To Become a Fancy-Pants Author,” which includes embarrassing photos of me as a child and several of my failed spelling tests from elementary school!
(Double Thank you to Miller City Schools, who made me an amazing cake for my 39th birthday. No place I’d rather have spent the milestone!)
I will be in Los Angeles this weekend at Once Upon a Time Books. Bring your dancing shoes!
If your child brought home a Scholastic book club flyer from school, you might have noticed a very familiar little gorilla!