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All images are protected by copyright © 2019 Vincent X. Kirsch  All rights reserved.

Email me: vincenzoxk@me.com

Instagram: @vincenzoxkirsch

For book-related enquiries, please contact Jennifer Laughran

at Andrea Brown Literary Agency. Email Jennifer here.

Please feel free to contact me about a visit to your bookstore, library, school, conference or book festival. My presentations are inspirational and fun exploration of making books, inventing characters, doodling, seeing the world and discovering foreign lands and worlds within! I am able to customize my presentation for students of all ages, even grown-ups!

I have appeared or will be visiting these locations in the future:

  • BOOKS OF WONDER in New York City

  • BANK STREET BOOKSTORE in New York City

  • BARNES & NOBLE BOOKSTORE in New York City

  • WHERE THE SIDEWALK ENDS BOOKSTORE in Chatham, MA

  • BOOK SOUP in Los Angeles, CA

  • ONCE UPON A TIME BOOKSTORE in Montrose, CA

  • SANDY HOOK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL in Newtown, CT

  • MT. KISCO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL in Mt. Kisco, NY

  • BRENTWOOD SCHOOL/WEST CAMPUS in Los Angeles, CA

  • CENTERVILLE LIBRARY in Centerville, MA

  • SANDWICH PUBLIC LIBRARY in Sandwich, MA

  • KIDZONE TV at MOUNT SINAI KRAVIS CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL in New York City

  • COHEN CHILDREN’S MEDICAL CENTER in New Hyde Park, NY

  • LOS ANGELES TIMES FESTIVAL OF BOOKS in Los Angeles, CA

  • PRINCETON BOOK FESTIVAL in Princeton, NJ

  • 2016 TOTS, TWEENS & TEENS BOOKFEST in Pasadena, CA

  • UCLA Visiting Author/Illustrator in Los Angeles, CA

  • MAZZA MUSEUM in Findlay, Ohio

 

KIND WORDS ABOUT MY VISITS:

"Vincent X. Kirsch presented to an audience of teachers and librarians at the Mazza Museum Summer Conference.  His fabulous talk was informative and inspirational, like he was talking to each of us, individually, telling us what we each needed to hear.  From start to finish, he had us all wanting to hear more about his life and his process.  Vincent’s engaging message left us looking forward to new books that he will have published in the future!" 

~ Benjamin E. Sapp, M.A., Director, Mazza Museum, Findlay, Ohio

“Vincent X. Kirsch is not only a gifted author and illustrator, he is also a gifted friend to hospitalized children. I bring authors and illustrators into pediatric hospital settings to share their work through Project Sunshine. Vincent is always willing to commit wholeheartedly to these visits. The children love his kind and caring sharing of his beautiful books and puppet theater. His humor, grace and talent also make him a coveted volunteer.”
~ Sally Cook, Special Advisor, Project Sunshine Book Club

 “Vincent’s visit to our Second Grade art class was a delectable treat. He delighted our students with anecdotes about his recent trip to India, where his color palette and imagination were enhanced by ancient deities, sacred cows, and red carrots, to name a few.   The class was also captivated by descriptions of Vincent’s artistic process. It was extremely beneficial for our students to see how Vincent channels his raw creativity into the whimsical characters that populate both his picture books and toy theaters. Brentwood School is so fortunate to have spent time with Vincent X. Kirsch.”
~ Edy Pickens Levin, Brentwood School, Los Angeles, California

“Vincent X. Kirsch is an author and illustrator that greatly appeals to the hearts and minds of children!  He visited my school, Mt. Kisco Elementary, to the delight of our students.  Vince prepared a wonderful presentation that highlighted who he is as an artist.  Vince shared photos of his studio, photos of inspiration from his travels, many character sketches and the process for creating his books.  The students were highly engaged, and especially enjoyed watching Vince draw a character before their eyes!  The students learned the process that an artist and writer goes through to create picture books, and they loved meeting Vince and learning more about how all of his characters and stories had evolved!  Vince signed copies of his books that many children had ordered in advance, and they enjoyed having this special connection to him and a memory of his visit.”

~ Minda Lees, Mount Kisco Elementary School, Mount Kisco, New York