Friday Linky List - September 4, 2015

From The New York Times (via PW): Whose Side Are You On? Maile Meloy on writing for children without having them.

From BBC News (via my PBAA board) Aphantasia: A life without mental images

From The Science of Us (via PW): What the Science Says About Kids and Gender-Labeled Toys

From the Huff Post (via Travis Jonker): When it Rains, it Pours: 50 More Picture Books for a Stellar 2015

My former student, Laurie Edwards, hosted Rebecca Colby on her blog, who talked about Writing Humorous Picture Books

At Notes from the Slushpile from Candy Gourley: What We Authors Can Learn from Jackie Chan - GREAT advice!

From The New York Times (via PW): Stephen King: Can a Novelist Be Too Prolific?

From The Business Insider: 10 Popular Grammar Myths Debunked by a Harvard Linguist

From The Telegraph: Authors Patrick Ness and John Green raise more than £18,000 for refugees in four hours

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