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  • A Gift Certificate Conundrum | ShelfTalker
    Post navigation ← Credit Squeeze Or Isn’t Paying the Bill On Time Enough A Peek Inside ‘The Hunger Games’ with Movie Producer Jon Kilik → A Gift Certificate Conundrum Josie Leavitt March 28th 2012 26 Replies
    01/17/2018
  • Young Adult Fiction Is Not All Doom and Gloom | ShelfTalker
    Post navigation ← Mr Popper’s Penguins The Book the Movie the DVD Things I Shouldn’t Do → Young Adult Fiction Is Not All Doom and Gloom Josie Leavitt June 6th 2011 51 Replies Tweet
    01/17/2018
  • It’s Not a Boy Read or a Girl Read | ShelfTalker
    Post navigation ← Cheats for Tired Brains Pat the Seat Next to You Christopher Paul Curtis and Jack Gantos Here’s Crystal Allen → It’s Not a Boy Read or a Girl Read Josie Leavitt December 1st 2011 21 Replies
    01/17/2018
  • All Hail Geraldine McCaughrean | ShelfTalker
    Post navigation ← Cheap Threadless Shirts with Reader Appeal This Place Matters → All Hail Geraldine McCaughrean Alison Morris March 27th 2009 8 Replies Tweet Last Satu
    01/17/2018
  • Meet the Self-Published Stars of 2016
    She’s reviled by her neighbors and has every reason to hate Jack, an Elsiran spy fleeing pursuit from vicious Lagrimaran soldiers; instead, she takes pity on him.
    12/19/2016
  • PW Star Watch 2016 Honorees
    Noting that production isn’t for everyone, because you can’t be afraid of numbers and you can’t let dates slip, Black says, “I’m the first person to see a sample book when it arrives at the office—how cool is that?”
    09/12/2016
  • Writers to Watch Summer-Fall 2016: Anticipated Debut Fiction
    We can’t use its beaches?’
    06/13/2016
  • Writers to Watch 2016: New Debut Fiction
    But Amy Gustine, the author of the story collection You Should Pity Us Instead (Sarabande, Feb.), finds writing directly from personal experience confining.
    02/01/2016
  • How It Feels to Be Self-Published Me
    In the New Year, I will continue to urge others to find their authentic voice (or as the late poet Jayne Cortez wrote, “Find your own voice & use it, use your own voice & find it”).
    02/01/2016
  • Spring 2016 Announcements: Literary Fiction: Brave New Worlds
    During WWII, two African-American musicians are captured by the Nazis in Paris and imprisoned at the Buchenwald concentration camp, in the latest from the author of Sugar and Loving Donovan. 15,000-copy announced first printing.AlgonquinWe Love You, Charlie Freeman by Kaitlyn Greenidge (Mar. 8
    12/21/2015
  • You Should Pity Us Instead
    In this dazzling debut collection, Gustine shows tremendous range, empathy, and spark.
    10/05/2015
  • PW Picks: Books of the Week, July 6, 2015
    Wild and witty, McClure uses menses and cum alongside various intoxicants to summon the kind of depravity that can undo structures of power (the entirety of the poem “Straight Dudes” challenges “Why are you/ still here”).
    07/01/2015
  • The Piracy Problem
    After posting her antipiracy views on Tumblr, she says, she heard “over and over” from pro-piracy readers, “You should be happy people are reading your books.”
    07/21/2014
  • Printing in Hong Kong 2013: A Transformed and Varied Landscape
    (Yes, you can definitely teach old dogs new tricks.)
    08/19/2013
  • How I Accidentally Wrote a Bestseller
    Or if they did, they took pity.
    03/29/2013

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