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.
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.
I first met Anne Nesbet at the AWP conference in Washington, D.C. last February, when she was on a middle grade panel at Politics & Prose, a famous independent... Read More
Last Friday, I typed the words “THE END” into a new young adult manuscript that I’ve been working on for most of the past year. I started it at the... Read More