I remember thinking, “Oh geez, I have to write about this someday.”
Patrice Caldwell on her powerful YA anthology, A Phoenix First Must Burn
Featuring sixteen stories written by bestselling and award winning authors, A Phoenix First Must Burn: Stories of Black Girl Magic, Resistance and Hope, expertly explores the nuances of the Black experience in a diverse and inclusive way.…
Rebecca Elliott on comedy in YA and why girls are Pretty Funny!
Being the author of over 30 children's books (many of which are bestsellers!!), award winning author, Rebecca Elliott, is no stranger to the writing and illustrating scene. However, up until now, she had yet to explore the wonderful world…
Natasha Ngan on trigger warnings, writing struggles and Girls of Storm and Shadow
"Write honestly. Openly. With heart and kindness and hope. There are readers who need to hear what you have to say."
Charlotte Nicole Davis talks The Good Luck Girls and reclaiming the western genre
"I made it my goal to reclaim a genre that has erased so many of us from our own history."
Tom Ellen & Lucy Ivison on the frights and fun of Freshers life
The authors of 2017 YA release 'Freshers' share their own school scandals!
Karen Gregory on motherhood, mental illness, and multiformity in YA
We got chatting to Karen Gregory, the author who penned one of 2017's most hard-hitting and unforgettable contemporary books, 'Countless'
Samantha Shannon on Secret Projects, Benedict Cumberbatch and Channelling her Muses
'The Song Rising' is one of the most highly-anticipated books of 2017.
Marissa Meyer on Cyborgs, Queens and Everything in Between
Marissa Meyer's 'The Lunar Chronicles' is a national and New York Times-bestselling YA series.