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DiversifYA: Susie Day

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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: Erica Cameron

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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 obsessed, […]

DiversifYA: Lucinda Murray

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This week on Diversif YA, we’re taking a brief break from our other scheduled interviewees to put our newest team member, Lucinda Murray, in the hot seat. Lucinda is a librarian-in-training, creative writing teacher and easily distracted writer, also known as a Busy Person. She’s passionate, articulate, writes gorgeous fix-the-world fantasy, makes the best cups of tea, […]

DiversiYA: Anna Zabo

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We’re returning to our new! improved! scheduling with an interview with my agent sister, the wonderful Anna Zabo. Anna Zabo writes contemporary and paranormal romance for all colors of the rainbow. She lives in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, which isn’t nearly as boring as most people think. She also publishes non-erotic fiction under her real name. Follow her on Twitter […]

DiversiTheme: The Invisible Orientation

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Today, we’re so delighted to have Julie Sondra Decker back at the blog! Julie joined us a little while ago to talk about asexuality, and today she’s back with a fantastic guest post. She’s also celebrating the publication of her fantastic non-fiction book THE INVISIBLE ORIENTATION: an introduction to asexuality. Follow Julie on Twitter here! […]

DiversifYA: Peter Monn, part one

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Peter Monn is a life coach, author of young adult novels, one half of the online entertainment magazine, raannt, and a Huffington Post Gay Voices guest blogger. Prior to being a life coach and author, he worked as a counselor at an adolescent, residential treatment center. His debut YA novel, The Before Now and After Then, released earlier this year. His favorite pastime is […]

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