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a collection of essays and interviews about the trails and tribulation of women in kidlit.

Latest Episodes

EPISODE 100! Reflecting on Season One of kidlitwomen*

Today we have a discussion with Grace Lin and Karen Blumenthal, the co-creators of the kidlitwomen* project as well as a personal message from Grace.

37 MINJUN 26
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EPISODE 100! Reflecting on Season One of kidlitwomen*

#ownvoices, conversation with Kekla Magoon

Kekla Magoon and Karen Blumenthal discuss #ownvoices.

47 MINJUN 19
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#ownvoices, conversation with Kekla Magoon

"The Wrong Question," essay by Grace Lin

Grace Lin shares her essay, "The Wrong Question."

9 MINJUN 17
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"The Wrong Question," essay by Grace Lin

The Myth of “Girl Books” and “Boy Books”, PART 2

Today’s episode is part 2 of the recording from the 2019 Texas Library Association conference. Before the panel “The Myth of “Girl Books” and “Boy Books”: Exploring Gender Bias with Middle Grade Authors” was held, a few of the participants gathered to begin the conversation.

24 MINJUN 12
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The Myth of “Girl Books” and “Boy Books”, PART 2

The Myth of “Girl Books” and “Boy Books”, PART 1

Today’s episode is recording from the 2019 Texas Library Association conference. Before the panel “The Myth of “Girl Books” and “Boy Books”: Exploring Gender Bias with Middle Grade Authors” was held, a few of the participants gathered to begin the conversation. This is part 1 of the after panel discussion. Please come back on Wed. to hear part 2.

33 MINJUN 10
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The Myth of “Girl Books” and “Boy Books”, PART 1

"An Audit of My Experience," conversation with Molly B. Burnham

In this episode, Molly B. Burnhamdiscusses her essay "An Audit of My Experience," with Jacqueline Davies.

24 MINJUN 5
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"An Audit of My Experience," conversation with Molly B. Burnham

“AN AUDIT OF MY EXPERIENCE,” essay by Molly B. Burnham

Molly B. Burnham shares her essay, “AN AUDIT OF MY EXPERIENCE.”

7 MINJUN 3
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“AN AUDIT OF MY EXPERIENCE,” essay by Molly B. Burnham

"Thank you, Sheila Minor Huff," conversation with Tricia Springstubb

In this episode, Tricia Springstubb discusses her essay, “Thank You, Sheila Minor Huff.”

19 MINMAY 29
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"Thank you, Sheila Minor Huff," conversation with Tricia Springstubb

"Thank you, Sheila Minor Huff," essay by Tricia Springstubb

Tricia Springstubb shares her essay "Thank you, Sheila Minor Huff."

9 MINMAY 28
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"Thank you, Sheila Minor Huff," essay by Tricia Springstubb

Part 2 of Interview with Victoria Stapleton, Executive Director of School and Library Marketing

Grace shares Part 2 of the interview with Victoria Stapleton, the executive director of school and library marketing at Little, Brown Books for Young Readers (which is the main publisher of her books). This is part 2 of the interview.

33 MINMAY 22
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Part 2 of Interview with Victoria Stapleton, Executive Director of School and Library Marketing

Latest Episodes

EPISODE 100! Reflecting on Season One of kidlitwomen*

Today we have a discussion with Grace Lin and Karen Blumenthal, the co-creators of the kidlitwomen* project as well as a personal message from Grace.

37 MINJUN 26
Comments
EPISODE 100! Reflecting on Season One of kidlitwomen*

#ownvoices, conversation with Kekla Magoon

Kekla Magoon and Karen Blumenthal discuss #ownvoices.

47 MINJUN 19
Comments
#ownvoices, conversation with Kekla Magoon

"The Wrong Question," essay by Grace Lin

Grace Lin shares her essay, "The Wrong Question."

9 MINJUN 17
Comments
"The Wrong Question," essay by Grace Lin

The Myth of “Girl Books” and “Boy Books”, PART 2

Today’s episode is part 2 of the recording from the 2019 Texas Library Association conference. Before the panel “The Myth of “Girl Books” and “Boy Books”: Exploring Gender Bias with Middle Grade Authors” was held, a few of the participants gathered to begin the conversation.

24 MINJUN 12
Comments
The Myth of “Girl Books” and “Boy Books”, PART 2

The Myth of “Girl Books” and “Boy Books”, PART 1

Today’s episode is recording from the 2019 Texas Library Association conference. Before the panel “The Myth of “Girl Books” and “Boy Books”: Exploring Gender Bias with Middle Grade Authors” was held, a few of the participants gathered to begin the conversation. This is part 1 of the after panel discussion. Please come back on Wed. to hear part 2.

33 MINJUN 10
Comments
The Myth of “Girl Books” and “Boy Books”, PART 1

"An Audit of My Experience," conversation with Molly B. Burnham

In this episode, Molly B. Burnhamdiscusses her essay "An Audit of My Experience," with Jacqueline Davies.

24 MINJUN 5
Comments
"An Audit of My Experience," conversation with Molly B. Burnham

“AN AUDIT OF MY EXPERIENCE,” essay by Molly B. Burnham

Molly B. Burnham shares her essay, “AN AUDIT OF MY EXPERIENCE.”

7 MINJUN 3
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“AN AUDIT OF MY EXPERIENCE,” essay by Molly B. Burnham

"Thank you, Sheila Minor Huff," conversation with Tricia Springstubb

In this episode, Tricia Springstubb discusses her essay, “Thank You, Sheila Minor Huff.”

19 MINMAY 29
Comments
"Thank you, Sheila Minor Huff," conversation with Tricia Springstubb

"Thank you, Sheila Minor Huff," essay by Tricia Springstubb

Tricia Springstubb shares her essay "Thank you, Sheila Minor Huff."

9 MINMAY 28
Comments
"Thank you, Sheila Minor Huff," essay by Tricia Springstubb

Part 2 of Interview with Victoria Stapleton, Executive Director of School and Library Marketing

Grace shares Part 2 of the interview with Victoria Stapleton, the executive director of school and library marketing at Little, Brown Books for Young Readers (which is the main publisher of her books). This is part 2 of the interview.

33 MINMAY 22
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Part 2 of Interview with Victoria Stapleton, Executive Director of School and Library Marketing
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