this page in the coming weeks.
Anyway, I did accumulate a few links to share, a few of which I just ran across this morning, like poetry review blog The Great American Pinup by a local poet in my general geographic area. And this fun whirlwind tour of Comic-Con by Alert Nerd (and former co-worker, fellow Mills alum, and author of One Con Glory) Sarah Kuhn.
Can I just say I'm also sad to be missing SCBWI in LA right now? So close and yet so far, when you're trying to save your dough for Kidlitcon 2010. I'm comforting myself (vicariously) with tweets from the floor and great posts like Lee Wind's interview with keynote speaker M.T. Anderson, who we interviewed here a little while ago.
Another thing I sadly don't have time for at this moment is reading all the great posts in this month's Carnival of Children's Literature, which also includes Tanita's roundup of her ALA experience. So many conferences, so little money! The life of a starving artist. Well, okay, I'm not exactly starving, and I'm actually extremely fortunate and get to go a lot of places, but someday I will also have a CONFERENCE FUND. Sigh...