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So...You Write YA?

SO…YOU WRITE YA?

Labels. Oh, glorious labels. Good or bad, we’re addicted to them like our favorite candy or never-ending Netflix marathons. You simply cannot exist if you don’t wear a label. 777 more words

YA

2015

I feel like 2014 flew by, but when I look back at my life this time last year, it hasn’t. So much has changed and it feels so long ago. 492 more words

Magical Moments

There comes a time, a moment of truth, in which a decision has to be made, a problem has to be solved.  In the teaching business those moments can occur once per hour, or fifty times in the space of two minutes.   415 more words

Humor

Q&A with YA Author L. E. Fred

Please welcome my fellow Astraea Press author, L. E. Fred! She’s here today with a Q&A about her brand new YA novel, Lucid.

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Ebooks

Ask an Editor: Worldbuilding in Speculative Fiction, Part II


Stacy Whitman is Editorial Director and Publisher of Tu Books, an imprint of LEE & LOW BOOKS that publishes diverse science fiction and fantasy for middle grade and young adult readers. 1,591 more words

Publishing 101

Ask an Editor: Worldbuilding in Speculative Fiction, Part I

Stacy Whitman is Editorial Director and Publisher of Tu Books, an imprint of LEE & LOW BOOKS that publishes diverse science fiction and fantasy for middle grade and young adult readers. 766 more words

Publishing 101

Submit Your Novel to Our New Visions Award for New Authors of Color

We are thrilled to announce that submissions for our second annual New Visions Award are now open! The New Visions Award, which was created in 2012, will be given to a  378 more words

Diversity, Race, And Representation