Student-Author Interview 13: Robin Herrera

Back in the summer of 2010, I was just starting my MFA at Vermont College of Fine Arts, and Robin Herrera was graduating. At Robin’s graduate reading, she read a funny, poignant excerpt from a novel about a girl named Star Mackie, and I was hooked. I couldn’t wait to read more about Star, so I … Continue reading Student-Author Interview 13: Robin Herrera

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Student-Author Interview 12: Rachel M. Wilson

Today I’m thrilled to welcome the smart and charming Rachel M. Wilson for our latest student-author interview! Rachel is a fellow VCFA alum, and her debut Don’t Touch came out in September of 2014 with HarperTeen. Rachel also has a short story called “The Game of Boys and Monsters” out as a digital short from HarperTeen … Continue reading Student-Author Interview 12: Rachel M. Wilson

Student-Author Interview 9: Caroline Tung Richmond

Welcome to the ninth student-author interview! I'm very excited to feature debut author Caroline Tung Richmond and her fabulous novel The Only Thing to Fear. The Only Thing to Fear takes place in an alternate reality in which the Nazis won World War II, thanks to their genetically engineered "Anomaly" super soldiers. Sixteen-year-old Zara, a stubborn girl of mixed … Continue reading Student-Author Interview 9: Caroline Tung Richmond

Student-Author Interview 7: Caroline Carlson

A new school year means...more student-author interviews! I'm thrilled to feature Caroline Carlson for our first interview of the year. Caroline is the author of The Very Nearly Honorable League of Pirates trilogy. In the first book, Magic Marks the Spot, Hilary Westfield, who has always wanted to be a pirate, is not deterred when The Very … Continue reading Student-Author Interview 7: Caroline Carlson