Posts Tagged: Going Vintage

Technology in Young Adult Fiction

Well, it’s official. After missing a few exciting things and getting some encouragement from MFA classmates, I’ve joined Twitter.  I’m a little overwhelmed and still not clear on the nuances, but hey, that’s technology. Speaking of technology, and in honor of my entrance into the Twittersphere, today I’m thinking about technology and social networking in… Read more »

Embracing Your Strengths, New Challenges, and Those Ever-Present Contraries

Recently, I stumbled upon two engaging, thought-provoking things that really resonated with me even though they seem almost to contradict each other: a blog post by middle grade and young adult author Lindsey Leavitt and a podcast in which young adult author Sara Zarr interviewed another young adult author, Siobhan Vivian. In the blog post… Read more »