Writers with Wrinkles, where co-hosts and authors Beth McMullen and Lisa Schmid iron out the wrinkles in writing, publishing and everything in between….one podcast at a time.
Books on Botox: The Latecomer by Jean Hanff Korelitz. The Bartaemus Trilogy by Jonathan Stroud
Three Burning Questions: New York Times bestselling author/illustrator Eliza Wheeler talks about her creative process and how she figures out how to tell a story.
The Hot Tip: Beth doubles down on an important tip that Eliza shared in her interview!
About Eliza Wheeler:
Eliza Wheeler is a mostly illustrator and sometimes author of books for children. Her first picture book, ‘Miss Maple’s Seeds’ was a New York Times best seller, and she has illustrated numerous books, including the Newbery Honor book ‘Doll Bones’ by Holly Black, and the picture books by Pat Zietlow Miller; ‘When I’m With You, ‘When You Are Brave’, and ‘Wherever You Go’. The first layouts for her second picture book ‘Home in the Woods’, the story of her grandmother’s childhood, were created on the same desk that Maurice Sendak created the art for ‘Where the Wild Things Are’ during her stay at the 2017 Sendak Fellowship retreat. Eliza grew up in the northwoods of Wisconsin, lived for a decade in Los Angeles, and now calls Minneapolis, Minnesota home.
Visit her at WheelerStudio.com
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