by Newsletter staff
Diane Muldrow, Editorial Director of Golden Books, was the speaker at the November SCBWI Metro New York Tuesday Professionals Series. In a wry, casual and wide-ranging hour, she described the publishing program at Golden and offered the writers in the audience a wealth of advice about sharpening their work. Muldrow began her career at Golden in 1987 and returned to it in 1999 after turns at Scholastic and working as a full-time as a writer herself. She is an enthusiast for Golden Books and its rich history.
Launched in 1942, Little Golden Books quickly found success as an innovator both in the format and content of its books and in its business model. The titles of its books – The Poky Little Puppy, The Happy Man and His Dump Truck, Scuffy the Tugboat and countless others – are as comforting and…
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