Stuff bloggers have said about Me

“Kathy Blogged” has disappeared from the Author menu on my website. Those words never quite captured what they were trying to say: Here are some blogs where Kathy Stinson is mentioned. But rather than just see some of the neat things bloggers said totally disappear, I decided to put a few of them into a blog of my own.

Jan L. Coates

Here’s Jan Coates, author of The Hare in the Elephant’s Trunk, blogging about “Killing off your darlings”. (The writer in the photo, taken by Erin Thomas, is also Jan.)

Here’s Erin Thomas, author of Haze, blogging about “Ten Honest Things” in which she mentions a few blogs she likes (including mine; I like hers too).

This last one is not exactly a blog but I couldn’t resist tucking it in here. It’s a 5-minute audio podcast that Annick Press produced, during which I chat about Red is Best and a grade one boy in Lethbridge, Alberta, my grandson and A Pocket Can Have A Treasure In It, and how reading helped turn me into a writer.

Coming Soon!

Kathy Stinson is the author of the classic Red Is Best and the award-winning The Man with the Violin. Her wide range of titles includes picture books, non-fiction, young adult fiction, historical fiction, horror, biography, series books, and short stories. She has met with her readers in every province and territory of Canada, in the United States, Britain, Liberia, and Korea. She lives in a small town in Ontario.

Kathy Stinson

2 Comments

  1. Jan Coates on April 28, 2013 at 1:18 am

    Hey, Kathy – hard to believe I'm about 5 years older now than in that fish house picture. Might possibly be my first mention in somebody else's blog:) Thanks! Positive response on my ACF research grant – which means I'll be spending a few weeks in Lunenburg this year!

  2. Kathy on April 28, 2013 at 1:24 pm

    5 years, eh, Jan? Time flies!

    It’s not the first time I’VE mentioned you!
    http://www.kathystinson.com/2011

    Congratulations on your research grant. All best with the project that takes you to Lunenberg. I’m waiting to hear about that professional development grant I’ve applied for to attend the Richard Wagamese workshop. Won’t likely hear for another month, I don’t think. Please wish me luck!

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