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Lie to Me: I, Claudia Author Mary McCoy on the Irresistible Appeal of Unreliable Narrators

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Lie to Me: I, Claudia Author Mary McCoy on the Irresistible Appeal of Unreliable Narrators

Mary McCoy’s I, Claudia is out today, a high school–set, YA riff on Robert Graves’ I, Claudius, a beloved masterwork of political fiction...
Like Never and Always Author Ann Aguirre Shares the 10 Thrillers She’s Reading This Summer

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Like Never and Always Author Ann Aguirre Shares the 10 Thrillers She’s Reading This Summer

In Ann Aguirre’s new thriller Like Never and Always, best friends Liv and Morgan are in a car crash on a dark road, with one of their boyfriends...
5 Historical Fiction YAs Featuring Intrepid Female Protagonists

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5 Historical Fiction YAs Featuring Intrepid Female Protagonists

YA heroines, like their real-world counterparts, face off against a range of challenges, from finding themselves to navigating friendships to saving the...
50 Crucial Feminist YA Novels

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50 Crucial Feminist YA Novels

Given the sheer number of feminist YA gems, compiling a list of essentials is undoubtedly a foolhardy task—and yet we simply couldn’t help ourselves!...
5 YA Books for Sarah Waters Fans

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5 YA Books for Sarah Waters Fans

Remember how you felt when you first discovered Sarah Waters? Pleasantly surprised. Delighted. OBSESSED. If you’re unfamiliar, Sarah Waters is an...
16 YA Books You’ll Want to Read After a Single Quote

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16 YA Books You’ll Want to Read After a Single Quote

There are many ways to find new books to read. Some people like to head to their nearest Barnes & Noble and spend a few hours quietly perusing. Others...
12 Authors Discuss Lifelong Friendships, Sexuality, and More

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12 Authors Discuss Lifelong Friendships, Sexuality, and More

YA Open Mic is a monthly series in which YA authors share personal stories on topics of their choice. The aim of the series is to peel away the formality...
New Releases: Lost Memories, Faerie Courts, and Acts of Subversion

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New Releases: Lost Memories, Faerie Courts, and Acts of Subversion

Girl Out of Water, by Laura Silverman (May 1) Anise is a displaced surfer girl in this debut novel about what remains when your torn away from all the...
30 of Our Most Anticipated May YA Books

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30 of Our Most Anticipated May YA Books

Thirty? Yes, thirty. A committed May reader will mow down this list with a day to spare (on that day, you’ll reread The Golden Compass because...
Star-crossed Books: Feminist AF Edition

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Star-crossed Books: Feminist AF Edition

They don’t live in the same place in the bookstore, and it’s rare that someone will recommend a nonfiction book when you’re describing a...
The Crown Author Kiera Cass Shares Her Top 10 YA Love Stories

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The Crown Author Kiera Cass Shares Her Top 10 YA Love Stories

Starting with The Selection and stretching across five books and two storylines, Kiera Cass created the world of the Selection, in which American Singer, a...
5 YAs for Agent Carter Fans

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5 YAs for Agent Carter Fans

Season two of Agent Carter is back tonight, and we’re already obsessed with it. And what’s not to love? There’s a kickass woman...

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