Monthly Archives: May 2014

Globe-Trotting Book Networking

Posted March 9th, 2013  Patricia Bernard and Natalie M. Rosinsky, Sydney, Australia           Just back from summertime Australia, February 2-11, where I met two delightful authors of books for young readers: world-traveler Patricia Bernard, dining with … Continue reading

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Dark Tales from Sunny Florence

Posted October 11th, 2012  A Dante “living statue,” standing before the reproduction of Dante’s house. Photo courtesy of Don Larsson. A pig, a puppet, a real boy or two—turn any corner in Florence, Italy and you may encounter a literary … Continue reading

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Tourists, Writers, and Grave Matters

Posted June 18th, 2011 Author Natalie M. Rosinsky in front of La Fontaine’s monument at the Pere Lachaise cemetery in Paris, France. Photo credit: Don Larsson I came for the celebrities but stayed for the unknown people surrounding them. According … Continue reading

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The Wind in the Willows, Two Sons, and Four Lads

November 8th, 2011 As thoughts cascade through my mind, I see two sons tumbling together, breaking apart into four lads. I hear a staccato song fading into the murmur of wind in the willows . . . . Today is … Continue reading

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