What can writers learn from the opening lines of holiday stories?
Take the time to record your private thoughts. It can make you healthier, happier and self-aware.
Parents, siblings, aunts, uncles, librarians, friends and community leaders all play a role in literacy. And so do writers. That last group – the writers – is the topic for this issue. If you’ve written a children’s book, middle grade book or YA book – or if you want to – you’ve come to the right place.
Multi-genre author Jacqueline Woodson garners the energy of history and her own childhood to shape stories for young readers.
Teen readers don’t need neon lights. They need a story. Just like adults.
Magazines offer young writers experience and exposure.
“The work itself provides the inspiration.”
Get digi with it: e-reading trends among young people may have implications for your work.
She hated books as a kid, but now Laurie Halse Anderson is a gritty voice for young readers and a strong defender of the craft.
Michelle and Robert King work side by side to pen network TV hit The Good Wife.