YA

Kristy Hunter @KristySHunter · Nov 7

Also in #YA looking for historical (ish) projects. Something in the vein of THE GENTLEMAN'S GUIDE TO VICE AND VIRTUE. Nothing that takes itself too seriously #MSWL

Ali Herring @HerringAli · Nov 6

I remember this movie that ends with a boy & girl from Earth being dropped off on a planet somewhere in the cosmos to start over/2nd chance, this while I think Earth's being destroyed/punished for our failures. Riff on this w/YA or MG. What happened/happens to these kids #MSWL.

Clelia Gore @MadmoiselleClel · Nov 6

You know what we need? A YA novel set during an election, in a political campaign. Get the kids excited about election early #mswl

P.S. Literary Agency @PSLiterary · Nov 6

"Iโ€™m still looking for a YA macabre fairy tale retelling. A story that combines luxurious fantasy and horror." @msmariavicente #MSWL bit.ly/2P9Z0aX

Kate McKean @kate_mckean · Nov 5

Gender flipped Sunday in the Park with George, YA or adult commercial fiction, or one of each. #mswl

A.M. Rose @annmrose · Nov 5

Okay so I need a book with an MC like Robert Irwin - MG or YA
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Tia Rose Mele @TiatheTiger · Nov 5

Is there a YA novel version of Christmas Wrapping by The Waitresses? #mswl

P.S. Literary Agency @PSLiterary · Nov 5

โ€œFun, joyful YA about teens from marginalized groups out there having hijinks, falling in love, getting spells wrong, etc.โ€ @kurestinarmada #MSWL psliterary.com/submissions/

Hope Bolinger @HopeBolinger · Nov 4

Writers if you have a YA historical that is anytime between ancient Babylon to Ancient Greece that is right up my alley #mswl

Stephanie Kehr ๐Ÿ @stephiekehr · Nov 4

Hey #writingcommunity! I'm craving some #YA and #MG books that deal with underrepresented chronic illness. All sub-genres welcome, but particularly a fantasy/historical twist. Tweet me your pitches! ๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ“š @ManuscriptWList #MSWL #query

Stacy Whitman @stacylwhitman · Nov 2

Stacy Whitman @stacylwhitman

Rewatching the 90s MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING and what hits me every time is that I forget that the plot revolves so much around the accusation of Hero not being a virgin. The parts I remember are the running around conspiring to make Benedic and Beatrice fall in love w/ each other.

I've often said I'd LOVE a YA retelling of Much Ado, and I stand by that, but I'd love a feminist reclaiming of it, too. That's a #MSWL, by the way--YA graphic novel retelling of Much Ado about Nothing starring modern-day POC teens. What would such a retelling look like?