Friday Linky List - September 25, 2015

From The Guardian (via SCBWI Belgium): Pete Kalu's top tips for writing non-cliched multicultural characters

From Quartz: The complete guide to having a creative breakthrough

From BuzzFeedBooks: I Gave A Speech About Race To The Publishing Industry And No One Heard Me

From PW: Nielsen Summit Shows the Data Behind the Children's Book Boom

From PW: A Celebration of Seuss (interesting article)

From The Guardian: Seven YA novels that show the lives of teens across the world

From DailyNews (via PW): Famous children's authors who disliked kids

From The Guardian: The best recent fantasy novels - review roundup

From The Guardian: Where the magic happens: children's illustrators open up their studios - in pictures

From Interview Magazine: Ursula K. Le Guin


Anonymous said...

Love this post. A good book is: How Shakespeare Changed Everything by Stephen Marche (2012).
Bet you didn't know my first undergraduate degree was in English literature!

Marilyn McNabb Mallue said...

Whoops! Got posted before I left my name. Marilyn Mallue - who is enjoying your Edinburg adventures so much!