From Damselflies to Literary Innovations

My story, A Damselfly in Distress, has found a home in Knowonder’s Nerissa’s Celebration, a collection of 30 read aloud stories for kids. It’s part of the Story-a-Day Initiative: “a Literacy Program that drives progress through fun, compelling and affordable stories each and every day of the month.” Let’s get everyone reading!

And check out the Year’s Coolest Literary Magazine Innovations.

What would Gutenberg think?

One thought on “From Damselflies to Literary Innovations

  1. mblesy March 7, 2013 / 1:38 pm

    Hi, Erin. I found your blog online and am following your instructions to leave a comment if I have a teen short story to promote. Sorry if you aren’t doing this anymore. I am a traditionally published children’s author as well as a self-published ebook author. I just released my first short fiction story entitled “Prom for One.”

    I am also a fellow Michigander. Your biking book looks interesting. We have biked some of the Kal-Haven trail with our kids in the SW corner of the state. Thanks!


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