Saturday, August 05, 2006

In Which I Google Myself ... Again

Here's some new stuff that turned up in my most recent bout of self-seeking cyber-indulgence: a sweet review of Sunita from New Moon magazine, an article that was printed in The Indian Express, and a nice post about South Asian Literature for Children from Pop Goes The Library. Also, my darling Sunita made Jen Robinson's top 200 cool girls of literature list, Publishers' Weekly included Rickshaw Girl on their list of Spring 2007 sneak peeks, and the Prism Fellows of the University of Rhode Island blogged about ALA and mentioned my presentation. I exist! My books exist! Okay, time to crawl back into my lonely little writer's nook, even though I'd much rather stay out here on the Fire Escape ...

5 comments:

Pooja said...

Who do you think suggested Sunita for Jen Robinson's top 200 cool girls of literature list ;)?

I loved that book!

Mitali Perkins said...

Pooja! You're awesome! I'm so glad you loved Sunita. Hope your writing is going well this summer.

Theodora said...

Hey, Mitali --
I loved Sunita as well. (I'm the one who wrote the New Moon review). I also wanted to thank you for posting that wonderful "triple B" list from Hennepin Co.

Glad this blog exists! I love to see this as a writer, reader, and person who sits on my own fire escape.

Mitali Perkins said...

Theodora, thanks for stopping by the Fire Escape and for your email as well. I can't wait to be a part of another New Moon Book Club chat, so thanks for the warm and wonderful (off-list) invitation to talk Sunita over with the New Moon girls.

Jen Robinson said...

Hi Mitali,

I'm glad that you found Sunita on the Cool Girls list, and that you were pleased! Have a great week!