Jessica Miller’s superb second novel is a fairy tale for modern times
Writers’ festival audiences show us just how skilled children’s authors need to be.
How the blockbuster changed children’s and YA publishing
‘I take my nonsense really seriously.’ Writer, illustrator and artist Caroline Magerl on the power of images
Playwright Katy Warner’s YA debut depicts the tightening grip of a new totalitarian regime
Not far from any discussion about literature is someone waiting to elbow in with a ‘should’
‘A publisher is so much more than a maker of books. You’ve got to be friend, enemy, counsellor, agitator, pacifier.’