Announcing my new position as co-chair of the PEN Translation Committee.
I Take My Turn for Translation
Introducing Debut Novelist Alison Littman
What New Adult Should Be: A Review of Radio Underground
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An interview with Alison Littman, author of Radio Underground, set in Hungary in the aftermath of the failed 1956 uprising.
Discussion of New Adult literature and a fresh new book from an upstart small press set in the aftermath of the Hungarian Revolution of 1956.
How does a writer deal with conflicting advice about the process or content of a work-in-progress? Mine had to do with fear.
Announcing We Are KidLit (formerly We’re the People) and our first Twitter chat featuring a critical read of Little House on the Prairie.
Review and discussion of a World War II historical novel that shows the high quality of writing and unique subject matter available in self-published books.