Award-winning illustrator Gay McKinnon heads overseas for IP!

An illustration by Gay McKinnon from The Smallest Carbon Footprint in the Land & other eco-tales has been selected to showcase at the Book Illustrators Gallery (B.I.G) exhibition in Singapore during the Asian Festival of Children’s Content!

The Asian Festival of Children’s Content (AFCC) is a collaborative event of creators and producers with parents, teachers, librarians and anyone interested in quality art and literature for children. The Festival offers various workshops, masterclasses, professional conferences and public events for writers, illustrators, editors, publishers, teachers and children to learn and develop their craft.
AFCC impacts over 1.5 billion children, as well as their families, teachers and professionals involved with their development.

AFCC runs from 30 May- 4 June, 2014 at the National Library Building in Singapore.

Gay McKinnon is a freelance writer and illustrator, as well as a glass artist and lecturer. She currently resides in Tasmania, where she sells her work through galleries and markets.  The Smallest Carbon Footprint in the Land & other eco-tales is Gay’s first children’s book. She is thrilled to have been included in the B.I.G Exhibition in this years AFCC.

Gay will be joined at the Festival by international award-winning authors Sally Gardner, Andrew Weale and Gillian Torckler. A big congratulations to Gay for this brilliant opportunity!

For more information on The Smallest Carbon Footprint in the Land & other eco-tales, visit 

or to learn more about AFCC, visit

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