Column by Karis Rogerson
A collection of 18 exciting kidlit debuts for 2023!
Column by Jay Wilburn
Turning children into lifelong readers can be challenging. As a father, an author, and a former teacher, Jay Wilburn discusses how he approached this task with his sons.
Column by Karis Rogerson April 20, 2022
Just like life, a story doesn't require romance to be fulfilling.
Review by Jessica Marie Baumgartner September 1, 2020
Sometimes an escape becomes the trap.
Column by Jessica Marie Baumgartner
Looking for some Paganish reading material to celebrate the Winter Solstice/Yule? Here are some recommendations.
Column by Emmanuel Nataf April 10, 2019
To celebrate Beverly Cleary's birthday, “Drop Everything and Read” (or D.E.A.R.) is celebrated annually April 12th. To help you make the most of this day, here is a list of books all ages can enjoy.
Column by Richard Thomas
Some advice for writing young protagonists for Middle Grade, YA, and adult fiction.
News by Raine Winters September 3, 2015
Because we all need more fairies in our lives.
Column by Raine Winters August 14, 2015
Middle Grade writers everywhere deserve props every now and again, for countless reasons. On behalf of the universe, this article is a 'thank you' for writing the books that inspired our childhoods.
Column by Riki Cleveland
Never before has it been more important to have quality young adult novels depicting LGBTQ characters in the hands of readers. Here are six unique novels that feature a transgendered protagonist.
News by Raine Winters July 6, 2015
Let’s hope this Netflix show is anything BUT unfortunate!
Column by Emma McMorran Clark May 30, 2014
Can an adult cross the rickety bridge into Terabithia? I did, and so should you.
Column by Emma McMorran Clark April 28, 2014
Over 20 years ago I read a book that convinced me I needed a pair of hounds. Now that I'm older and presumably wiser, I picked it back up to see what else I could learn.
Column by Bree Ogden March 18, 2013
Navigating the rough terrain of today’s publishing industry shouldn’t be a solo event. This week in Ask the Agent I’ll explore and dissect a few of the industry’s mysteries, straight from the shoulder