What I’m Doing at Kirkus This Week, Plus What I
Did Last Week, Featuring Ken Min and Bob Raczka

h1 April 22nd, 2016 by jules


— From Bob Raczka’s Wet Cement
(Click to enlarge)


 


— From What Does It Mean to Be an Entrepreneur?


 

Today over at Kirkus, I write about Bethan Woollvin’s debut picture book, Little Red (Peachtree, April 2016). That is here, and next week I’ll have some art from it here at 7-Imp.

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Last week at Kirkus, I talked here to Emma D. Dryden, and I wrote here about Bob Raczka’s new poetry collection. In this follow-up post today, I have some images from Bob’s Wet Cement: A Mix of Concrete Poems (Roaring Brook, March 2016), and some of Ken Min’s illustrations from Rana DiOrio’s and Emma’s What Does It Mean to Be an Entrepreneur? (Little Pickle Press, January 2016).

Until Sunday …



 

From Bob Raczka’s Wet Cement:
A Mix of Concrete Poems


 


(Click to enlarge)


 


 


Please note that this appears horizontally in the book, as if icicles are hanging from the top of the page. But I re-oriented it for this post so that
it would be easier to read the words.

(Click to enlarge)


 



 

From What Does It Mean to
Be an Entrepreneur?


 





 

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WET CEMENT: A MIX OF CONCRETE POEMS. Copyright © 2016 by Bob Raczka. Published by Roaring Brook, New York. Images used by permission of the publisher.

WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE AN ENTREPRENEUR? Copyright © 2016 by Little Pickle Press, Inc. Illustrations used by permission of Ken Min.

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