3 days ago by David Maybury · No Comments
We caught up with Sarah Ardizzone ahead of the CBI Children's Books Conference 2013 - part of Inis Magazine's participation in the Nations Through Narrative project, led by The Arts Council. This series of articles, events and podcasts marks Ireland's current presidency of the Council of the EU and celebrates the richness of European storytelling, illustration and publishing for young people. We hope you enjoy the following conversations and interviews with leading voices in the European…Continue Reading →
3 days ago by Juliette Saumande · No Comments
Being reviews editor for a ‘general’ magazine such as Inis, which reviews eveything from info to poetry with every category in between and for all age-groups, means that I get to read widely and, also, a little randomly, but all in a good way.
To make my point, here are some of the best books I’ve come across in the past few months: all very different, all very good:
The Wren is a series of comics that follow the adventures of Jack McCormack, a superhero of a boy, who lives in Dubh-lynn,…
5 days ago by David Maybury · No Comments
Miss the CBI Conference? See what was said, snapped and caught on twitter:
6 days ago by David Maybury · No Comments
And we're back for day two of the CBI Conference - recovered after last nights antics - and back in the Lighthouse Cinema to kickstart Sunday with Sarah Crossan - winner of the Eilis Dillon Award at the Children's Book Awards earlier this month.
It's not yet half 9 so coffee first I think. And cake!
So... sadly Sarah is a Spurs fan. (Via osmosis from her brothers and Dad) She was encouraged into athletics, drama and music but wanted to be reading - and from 9/10 started…Continue Reading →
18/05/2013 by David Maybury · No Comments
We're at the CBI Conference (in the Lighthouse Cinema, Dublin) for the whole weekend - bringing you behnid the scenes interviews with the speakers, delegates and a live blog from each session.
The day starts with Sarah Ardizzone - a guest of Inis Magazine, as part of the Nations Through Narrative to mark the Irish Presidency of the Council of the EU, supported by the Arts Council. Sarah will feature in the Inis Mag Podcast on Wednesday (talking about the London Literature Festival at the…Continue Reading →