Double Your Pleasure (well . . . at least mine)

I had a really terrible horrible rotten week subbing . . . but then. . . .

3rd Quarter Finalists Announced in International Contest for Illustrators

All Corners of the US and Canada are Represented in This Latest Finalist Round of Illustrators of the Future

The Writers and Illustrators of the Future is the most successful merit competition in the world with over 500 winners in its 27 year history.

Quote startThe Illustrators of the Future Contest is an effective means for aspiring illustrators to make their break in an industry well-known for being hard to break into for the newcomer.Quote end

Hollywood, CA (PRWEB) November 16, 2011

Finalists for the 3rd Quarter of the 22nd year of the L. Ron Hubbard Illustrators of the Future Contest were announced today by Joni Labaqui, the contest Director.

The finalists for this quarter are from Canada, and all four corners of the United States.

THIRD QUARTER FINALISTS

Alejandro Bibriesca of California
Krista Campbell of New Jersey
Stephanie Campbell of Michigan
Jamie Hansen of Arizona
John Haverty of Massachusetts
Paulina Klaser of Texas
Fiona Meng of Ontario, Canada
Pat Steiner of Wisconsin
Emalie Tison of Wisconin

(read more)

And then this. . . .

A great holiday gift idea for that person who just bought a Nook or Kindle!

Notice the cover on the lower right?

The White Hart: now available at MuseItUp!

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About Pat R. Steiner

Author & Illustrator

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