Emily Brewton Schilling
Emily is working on a book about finding her father's artworks, which had been scattered in private collections, forty years after his death. More at www.jebrewton.org.
She represents the literary estates of Barbara Holland, her mother; and Marion Holland, her grandmother.
Barbara Holland (1933-2010) wrote fiction for children and adults; as well as essays, biographies, history and humor. For fifty years, Barbara's short fiction, essays and articles appeared in a wide range of publications, including Smithsonian, McCalls, Redbook, Playboy, Prevention, Ms., Seventeen, The Washington Post, and many others. Barbara's fifteen books cover various genres--history, humor, essays, biography, memoirs and juveniles. Titles include "Hail to the Chiefs: Presidential Mischief, Morals & Malarkey from George W. to George W." and "Endangered Pleasures: In Defense of Naps, Bacon, Martinis, Profanity, and Other Indulgences." HarperCollins released a new edition of Barbara's "Secrets of the Cat: Its Lore, Legend and Lives," in 2010. Emily illustrated it.
Marion Holland (1908-1989) was a children's author and illustrator. Among her ten books was "A Big Ball of String," which was the fifth 'Beginner Book' published by Random House. ('The Cat in the Hat' by Dr. Seuss was the first in the series.) Some of Marion's book are represented by McIntosh & Otis, Inc.