In conversation with a wolf (who is also an illustrator)

When I was an aspiring children’s author back in the 1980s, the only career guidance I could find was Mem Fox’s autobiography. Ahem. Aside from that there was one other book, a textbook, kicking around. But it was fairly lacklustre and I don’t recall its title. Other than that, it was just me and me typewritin’ machine (it … More In conversation with a wolf (who is also an illustrator)

Interview the first

Live from the desk of Jen Storer, children’s author… and roving reporter. See this pic? Two empty chairs. My studio. Last week. Perhaps you saw this pic on facebook or twitter or flitting about elsewhere in the magical ethers? So what’s it all about? I know some of you follow the blog but don’t subscribe to girl and duck. … More Interview the first

What are your characters wearing? It matters!

I don’t know about you, but as a kid I loved playing dress-ups. I was always parading around in the weirdest combos. Sometimes I wanted to look like Jeanie in I Dream of Jeanie. Another time I remember trying to look like a crone. I put talcum powder in my hair, donned some wire spectacles, draped myself in a black … More What are your characters wearing? It matters!