Friday Linky List - March 14, 2014

All Things Children at ABA - from PW

At The Horn Book - An Interview with Neal Porter (who will be speaking at our 2015 SCBWI Springmingle conference in Atlanta!

Emma Dryden at Write For Kids: What Children's Writers Must Know to Succeed Today

Sarah Harrison Smith - Children's Book Editor for the New York Times interviewed at teenreads. Really interesting!!!

At The Guardian (via PW): "Parents push to end gender division of boys' and girls' books" - good!

Also from PW via the Toast: The Concise Roald Dahl - for instance: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is described as "A small boy becomes the owner of a multinational food and beverage conglomerate after witnessing the deaths of several children."

From Cynsations and Adventures in YA Publishing: What would make you [agents] stop reading when reviewing sample pages?

At Time: 8 Ways to Say No Without Killing Your Reputation

At Salon, "No one cares about your novel: So writers, don't be boring"

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