Posts tagged What If a Fish
Latinxs in Kid Lit

Latinxs in Kid Lit explores, promotes, and celebrates children’s and YA literature by and for Latinxs. The blog includes book reviews, interviews, lesson ideas, and other items related to Latinxs books for kids. The founders are Latinx writers, reporters, booksellers, and academics who celebrate the love of reading and representative literature in the Latinx community.

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my colombian heart

As part of Pitch Wars, each mentee is featured in an interview with his or her mentor on the Pitch Wars website. Mine went up today and (other than the fact my mentor got Colombia mixed up with another Latin American country that starts with C) it's great! 

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pitch wars

Pitch Wars is a contest in which authors and agents help unpublished writers turn their manuscripts into books. That's a lot of people working to make new books welcome in the world. I’m excited to be working with a Pitch Wars mentor on my middle-grade novel, What If a Fish.

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Sky Blue Review from Kirkus

I'm so honored that my story “Fishing” will be part of this collection of stories for children. The University of Minnesota Press has published a wonderful anthology put together by Jay Peterson (former manager of Magers & Quinn Bookstore) and Collette Morgan (owner of Wild Rumpus Bookstore).

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