Greg Pincus tomorrow

ANNOUNCEMENT: Here’s an exciting challenge/opportunity from April Halprin Wayland. I thought you would want to know about it.

Thank you for helping us spread the word of our latest contest for teachers, librarians, and homeschool groups.

The prize? A choice of:

A) a 30-minute Skype author visit from one of the six TeachingAuthors
OR
B) a prize package containing six autographed TeachingAuthor books.

To enter our contest, have your students write six-word memoirs. Then come back and post a comment about the experience to this blog entry by 11 pm (CST) Monday, Oct. 4, 2010.

Click on the link below for all the gory details!
http://www.teachingauthors.com/2010/09/win-skype-author-visit-with-this-back.html

Warmest,
April
April Halprin Wayland award-winning Jewish New Year children’s book
website: http://www.aprilwayland.com blog: www.teachingauthors.com  ~ six children’s authors who also teach writing…poetry, writing prompts, lesson plans and more.

Hi everyone,

My Featured Guest tomorrow will be Greg Pincus. Greg is one of those people who can keep a lot of projects going at the same time, and he does them all well. Take a look at this brief bio that Greg provided and you’ll see what I mean.

I was happy that Greg included me in his April 2010 Thirty Poets Thirty Days feature. Here’s the link to my day on his site. http://gottabook.blogspot.com/2010/04/david-l-harrison-lookit.html .

Greg Pincus is a poet, novelist, screenwriter, volunteer elementary school librarian, and social media consultant.

He’s also a blogger, writing about children’s literature and poetry at GottaBook (http://gottabook.blogspot.com ) and the social web at The Happy Accident (http://www.thehappyaccident.net ).

Through the wonders of social media, he’s sold poetry, helped himself land a book deal, ended up in the New York Times, the Washington Post, School Library Journal (multiple times), and many other interesting places… and also made friends and gotten free cookies on more than one occasion.He bats and throws righty.

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