Fri, 3 August 2012
in today's episode, emily tells us of her lifechanging experience this week
we discuss violence and the media- and who beget who
Fri, 27 July 2012
this week's episode has a SUPER AWESOME interview with the brilliant Mr. Michael Pierce- author of one of my favorite reads of the year PROVEX CITY.
Fri, 20 July 2012
this week's episode starts with the news as usual... with a brief interlude about emily's body hair.
then proceeds to cover the usefulness of pinterest before diving into a tailspin of a bunny trail concerning the words "genre" and "YA"
there may be an inappropriate amount of passion concerning the silly topic, and the decibel of the conversation increases...ummm... a bit.
Fri, 6 July 2012
in this episode we attempt to discuss gender roles in YA,
but end up getting distracted and bunny trailing... a lot.
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Fri, 29 June 2012
in this week's episode, there is no news. mostly because vic spaced out on it...
what we DO have is an awesome interview with author Kendra Saunders.
she self-published her debut novel INANIMATE OBJECTS, a "dark and glittering novel of artists and magicians, muses and immortals. At the heart of the story is Leonidas Bondi, a charismatic young artist who falls under the watchful gaze of Matilda August. Matilda has been a patron to the stars for hundreds of years, but this fickle muse is more than a little taken with her new protégé, blurring her own lines of work and obsession. Providing opposition is Matilda’s son, Elisha, a moody figure who holds revenge above all else after he suffers a terrible wrong."
i was impressed with her vivid imagination and insights into humanity.
i hope you enjoy the interview as much as we did!
Fri, 22 June 2012
today's episode features an AW-thor interview with the super, cute and charming
Miss Kate Avery Ellison!
author of THE CURSE GIRL, ONCE UPON A BEANSTALK, and FROST
Sat, 16 June 2012
(we've been having some technical difficulties lately. if the ep reads as longer than an hour, don't believe it. :) )
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in this week's news we discuss:
the passing of Mr. Ray Bradbury,
the opening of Words Like Candy editing service,
a new book picked up by Spencer Hill Press
then we get to hear a bit about the BEA experience as an exhibiting author,
and em and i discuss the importance of finding your niche in social media.
(something i'm still trying to figure out).
hope your week has been going well! :)
Fri, 8 June 2012
EDIT: this episode is only 51 minutes, i have no idea why it claims to be longer... we're trying to figure that out!
this week we host our VERY FIRST guest!!!
and HOO BOY! what a guest!!!
Susan Kaye Quinn is the author of several YA novels.
LIFE, LIBERTY, and PURSUIT released by Omnific Publishing
and her self published MindJack series
i gotta say, Sue is genius! and she brings a lot of insight into publishing in this interview.
tune in and listen up, you're likely to learn bunches. :)
thank you miss sue for coming on the show!
Fri, 1 June 2012
in today's episode Em and i discuss the implementation of kickstarter to try to fund the theatrical version of KC Going's FAT KID RULES THE WORLD.
then we each talk about two books we're really looking forward to being released in june 2012.
and the BIG TOPIC for the day:
BEA!!!!! (book expo america!!!!)
emily's going and she's scared outta her wits. vic gives her some unbelievably profound advice (i know, right?). tune in to hear whether she's willing to take it or not... dun.dun.duuuuuuunnnnn.....
Fri, 25 May 2012
in this episode's YA NEWS segment, we discuss the one and only Neil Gaiman's commencement speech, The Writer's Voice competition, and Kate Hart's amazing analysis of 2011 YA covers.
and then we move on to discuss book banning, challenging, and the banned books that each of us read in preparation for the episode.