Posts Tagged "young adult"

Thu, 20 January 2011 Shadoweyes

During my recent overview of last year’s graphic novel releases for the Salon Futura podcast, I read a great deal of positive buzz about a young adult title called Shadoweyes, written and drawn by Ross Campbell. I decided to order it and give it a read, and I’m certainly glad I did.
In many ways [...]

Tue, 11 January 2011 smile, get girls reading comics

Over the past year I’ve increased the amount of comic books/graphic novels I’m reading. Partly because I’m writing coming books now, and also because it’s such a fun, diverse medium. There are so many great titles being published to suit all tastes.
When I was a girl I was not encouraged to read comics – I [...]

Mon, 11 May 2009 children’s book conference

The children and young adult fiction markets are awash in speculative fiction writers, which is wonderful. Adults often read this fiction, sometimes because they come to it via their children, and often because young adult fiction is damn good.
Irish fans should therefore be interested in the Children’s Books Ireland conference, which takes place from 16-17 [...]

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