Posts Tagged by Chinese-American

DiversifYA: Ki-Wing Merlin

Ki-Wing Merlin’s debut novel, Weaving a Net is Better Than Praying for Fish (Balzer+Bray, 2016), is a middle grade contemporary about a first-generation Chinese-American girl navigating school and classmates while concealing secrets from friends and family, who must learn to rely on others to catch the thief when her father’s store is robbed. Ki-Wing, like the main […]

DiversifYA: Caroline Richmond

Today, Caroline Richmond joins us at DiversifYA! Caroline is a writer, one-time assistant at the National Air and Space Museum, and generally awesome person. Her thrilling debut novel THE ONLY THING TO FEAR is out from Scholastic since this Tuesday. (YAAY! Read it!) Her work has also been featured in publications like the Baltimore Sun, Highlights for Children, […]

DiversifYA: Kelly Loy Gilbert

Today on the blog, Kelly Loy Gilbert! Kelly is a) awesome, b) a writer of literary fiction, both YA and adult, and c) author of the upcoming CONVICTION (Disney-Hyperion, Spring/Summer 2014). Doesn’t that  just sound amazing and heartbreaking in all the right ways? <3 Kelly is represented by Adriann Ranta of Wolf Literary and has an MFA in […]