MONEY FOR PARENTS WHO WRITE

The 2014-2015 Pen Parentis Writing Fellowship for New Parentis is now accepting applications from writers who are also the parents of at least one child under 10 years of age. Writers at any stage of their career may apply. The winner will have his or her entry published in Brain/Child Magazine and are encouraged to […]

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GUEST BLOG: kids should read books and not e-books

GUEST BLOGGER: Christopher Austin is a freelance blogger and writer. He basically belongs to Canada where he has been writing for more than 10 years. He has two kids, 10 and 12, and loves to spend time with them and his grandchildren. He enjoys reading both books and e-books in his free time. NOTE: this […]

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THANKFUL FOR OUR FRIENDS

We at Pen Parentis, Ltd, want to give back to you, our amazing supporters.  Starting January 2014, we will be posting links to the best writing advice-sites that we can find in the hopes that it will help you keep on creative track.  Write hard today – take Thanksgiving off from social media and your […]

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On Family-Friendly Fundraisers

There is a special sort of anxiousness that accompanies adult events to which kids are welcome. First you go all-out making sure there is something for the kids to do (we invited the unparalleled Church Street School for Music and Art to do an all-ages bookmaking craft) then you have to make sure the adults […]

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Guest Blog – On a Book Tour with a Teen

Hello everyone! We are excited to welcome Brooklynite writer and filmmaker Peter von Ziegesar who wrote his entry while on a recent Reading Tour to Kansas City with his kids. Nostalgic…informative…take it away Peter:  July 7-14th This week I fly to Kansas City to do a reading of my book The Looking Glass Brother: A […]

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