LitCrawl and the release of the 826 Quarterly, vol. 22
When: Oct 17,2015, 7:15 PM – 8:15 PM @ 826 Writing Lab
About Ana Aranda:
Ana is popularly known for her work in children’s book illustrations.
She’s currently illustrating 2 more books. One’s about famous Chupacabras story by ‘Penguin Books for young readers’ (written by Marc T. Nobleman). The other is a English/Spanish rhyme mashup recounting the activities of a small Latino town celebration (‘Lee & Low books’, written by Susan M. Elya).
Ana Aranda was born and raised in Mexico City, where she studied design.
From there, she moved to France, where she lived for three years while doing her undergraduate studies in illustration. Ana now lives in San Francisco thanks to a grant from the Mexican Fund for Culture and Arts (FONCA). Her biggest inspirations are her childhood memories, the vibrant colors of Mexico, and music.
Her work focuses on transforming the every day into fantastical situations, and often includes images from nature and whimsical creatures.
A few works:
Please find her works at website: http://anaranda.com
It’s the most literary crawl of the year! Join us as we release the 826 Quarterly vol. 22, our not-quite quarterly collection of writing by students ages 6–18. Cookies and milk will be served, young writers will read their bold and brilliant work, and a great time will be had by all. Stay tuned for more information and LitCrawl’s complete calendar of events that evening.
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