Category: QUILTBAG

DiversifYA: Susie Day

I’m super excited to introduce you to this week’s interviewee. She’s as utterly badass as she is lovely, has written a bazillion books, bringing us funny and real and diverse, all tangled up together in a way that feels utterly normal. She brought us Mum Gen & Mum K in the Pea books and Sam […]

DiversifYA: Nathan Scott

We’ve got a bit of a special diversifYA interview this week, because it comes from one of my (Lucinda’s) students. I’m lucky enough to get to teach on writing courses with some truly incredible teenagers, and I’m really excited to be able to introduce one of them to you today. Nathan Scott is a fantastic writer, last seen working […]

DiversifYA: Morgan York

We’re back! And we hope you had an amazing summer! The wonderful Morgan York joins us today! Morgan is a writer of YA and adult, fantasy and contemporary. She recently graduated from the Johnston Center of Integrative Studies, a design-your-own-major program at the University of Redlands, where she earned her bachelor’s degree in “Writing Fiction: […]

DiversifYA: Erica Cameron

Erica is on the blog! I had the extreme pleasure to hang out with Erica at RT this year, and badger her into an interview, so I’m super excited that she’s here now 🙂 Erica Cameron is many things but most notably the following: writer, reader, editor, dance fan, choreographer, singer, lover of musical theater, movie […]

DiversifYA: Nita Tyndall

Nita is a tiny Southern queer with a deep love of sweet tea and very strong opinions about the best kind of barbecue (hint: it’s vinegar-based.) She’s currently in college obtaining an English degree and is a moderator for The Gay YA and a social media coordinator for WeNeedDiverseBooks. You can find her on tumblr […]

DiversifYA: Tristina Wright

Tristina Wright is a blue-haired bisexual with anxiety and opinions. She writes super epic queer YA SFF, and I can’t wait for her books to hit shelves someday, so you can all experience her amazing words too. <3 Until then, you can find her on Tumblr, her website, and Twitter. 1. How do you identify yourself? Bisexual/Biromantic […]

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