1. msnnews:

Remembering Gabriel Garcia Marquez: http://on-msn.com/1iu8tp4
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    msnnews:

    Remembering Gabriel Garcia Marquez: http://on-msn.com/1iu8tp4

  2. Until you’re about the age of twenty, you read everything, and you like it simply because you are reading it. Then between twenty and thirty you pick what you want, and you read the best, you read all the great works. After that you sit and wait for them to be written. But you know, the least known, the least famous writers, they are the better ones.
  3. teenlibrariantoolbox:

    Some upcoming GLBTQ titles #yalit

    (via yahighway)

  4. Diversity Is Not Enough: Race, Power, Publishing

    tubooks:

    (via richincolor)

  5. lesbianvenom:

seventeen magazine has officially lost it


Please don’t do this, my god. You don’t need me to tell you this, but wow.
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    lesbianvenom:

    seventeen magazine has officially lost it

    Please don’t do this, my god. You don’t need me to tell you this, but wow.

    (via yahighway)

  6. yareviewnetwork:

    The If I Stay movie trailer based on gayleforman's novel is out in the world, and I have a tear stuck in my eye. 

    Read the book before the movie comes out for even more feels. 

    ~ Lourdes 

  7. onefourkidlit:

A starred Kirkus review for OneFour Kidlit author Corinne Duyvis!
“Duyvis smoothly transitions between the two main characters’ thoughts and emotions while realistically conveying the individual alienation and terror of two very different people. Rich worldbuilding, convincing nonheteronormative relationships, balanced class issues, and nuanced, ethnically diverse characters add to the novel’s depth. The well-paced action builds toward an unexpected, thrilling conclusion that will leave readers eager for more from this promising new author. Original and compelling; a stunning debut.” (via OTHERBOUND by Corinne Duyvis | Kirkus)

    onefourkidlit:

    A starred Kirkus review for OneFour Kidlit author Corinne Duyvis!

    “Duyvis smoothly transitions between the two main characters’ thoughts and emotions while realistically conveying the individual alienation and terror of two very different people. Rich worldbuilding, convincing nonheteronormative relationships, balanced class issues, and nuanced, ethnically diverse characters add to the novel’s depth. The well-paced action builds toward an unexpected, thrilling conclusion that will leave readers eager for more from this promising new author. Original and compelling; a stunning debut.”

    (via OTHERBOUND by Corinne Duyvis | Kirkus)

  8. bethreads:

    YA Books for Fans of Switched at Birth

    Deaf and hard of hearing, mistaken identity, and unusual family situations abound in these picks for fans of the ABC Family show. 

  9. UNMADE SNIPPET

    sarahreesbrennan:

    LOOK IN MY DEFENCE!!!!

    … people said they wanted a snippet?

    They let you in for this. It’s their fault, really, if you think about it.

    http://sarahtales.livejournal.com/213971.html

  10. yareviewnetwork:

    YARN Alums

    Above is a list of a few YA authors that have been featured on YARN! I will try to make these posts more often, especially for those who are coming across our website for the first time. 

    ~ Lourdes

    Below, find a list of all the contributions these amazing writers have made:

    Allen Zadoff - Interview 

    malindalo - Interview 

    Nikki Grimes - Poetry

    Emil Ostrovski - Fiction

    Pete Hautman - Interview

    Lyn Miller-Lachmann - Essay

    Leila Sales - Interview

    Lamar Giles - Fiction

    Margarita Engle - Poetry