An analysis of the historical and contemporary underpinnings of Samira Ahmed’s bestselling YA novel Internment.
Once upon a time, writers were people who sat alone in garrets creating their masterpieces. If the world agreed, the lucky writer could move to one of the lower floors... Read More
Readers who are familiar with the publishing industry already know this, but many of my blog’s readers are not familiar with the process of making books (making... Read More
For Autism Acceptance Month, cautionary tales in film and literature as well as positive models of disability inclusion.
An introduction to the diverse, inclusive 2019 We Are KidLit Summer Reading List, with a focus on the many bilingual books on the list.
Interview with debut small press author Jamie Beth Cohen on music, historical fiction, body image, and #metoo.