5 more young writers putting their mark on the writing world.
“If you can come up with some elaborate descriptive phrase or musical combination of words no one else could possibly come up with, congratulations. But that doesn’t mean you should use it.”
A young author puts more “A” than “Y” in her YA stories and comes up with an approach that works for teens.
Margaret Atwood, 75, has a new book. Do you know these 6 authors still writing strong into their 70s?
MFA programs help children’s and YA authors develop craft and connections.
Editor Alicia Anstead talks about craft with Ariel Schrag.
Multi-genre author Jacqueline Woodson garners the energy of history and her own childhood to shape stories for young readers.
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.
An author found that the best way to get her unusual story into the world was to do it for herself.
Thinking of moving from adult readers to the YA world? A constantly renewing market awaits you.