Friday, September 16, 2011

Meet the Bloggers!

Here are your Midsouth Conference Bloggers for 2011!

Rae Ann Parker

Rae Ann Parker writes YA fantasy & Middle Grade mysteries. She is represented by Erzsi Deàk of Hen & Ink, A Literary Studio. Please visit her website at

Bethany Griffin
Bethany Griffin is the author of the Masque of the Red Death and a sequel, forthcoming from GreenWillow books as well as Handcuffs, a realistic contemporary YA novel available from Delacorte.She lives in Louisville KY, teaches English, and has two elementary school-aged children. Visit her online at

Amanda K. Morgan

Amanda K. Morgan writes YA novels and is represented by Mary Kole of the Andrea Brown Literary Agency. She is a creator of Do the Write Thing for Nashville. You can visit her at

Guest Bloggers! We love them!

Wanda Collins Johnson

Wanda Collins Johnson loves art, poetry, and reflecting upon the mysteries of life. Along with raising her two kids, she has made Gallagher guitars, restored historic buildings, studied yoga, and painted. Her current projects include a watercolor series featuring birds, a picture book, and a YA novel loosely based on her teenage experience of living in a cardboard house in the woods. Please visit her at

Kris Sexton

Kris Sexton is an illustrator living in Franklin, Tennessee. She works in Painter, Photoshop, and occasionally in watercolor. Kris has illustrated several books for the educational market.

Mary Uhles

Mary Reaves Uhles has worked for over a decade doing illustration for children. Her pieces have been featured in books and magazines around the world. Prior to beginning her career as a freelance illustrator, Mary worked as an animator on projects for Warner Brothers and Fisher-Price Interactive. To this day her work features a cinematic quality essential to bringing characters to life. Her illustrations have been featured in multiple publishing showcases in the South and she was featured in the 2005 edition of New Voices Exhibition. A PAL member of the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators, Mary lives with her family in Nashville, Tennessee.

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