Secondly, YA: I love genre stuff, fantasy, sci-fi, even the right historical. I'd love to see some really high-concept stand alone, too. And in all things, diverse voices, diverse stories, under-represented points of view, ALWAYS. #MSWL
John Cusick @johnmcusickHi gang, I'm pretty much caught up on queries, so time for a #MSWL thread:
Firstly, middle-grade! Adventure, suspense, quirkiness, heart. @marinacohen, @Qsosnaspear, @anndeeellis, @cmheidicker, @josephinewrites, and @jerameykraatz are some of my MG people, and I'd love to work with more brilliant humans like them. #MSWL
Alex Sammon @alex_sammonWhat happens when Walmart, Amazon, and all the world's retail giants move into one tiny town? I went to Elwood, IL, to report on the precarious, tax-abated hell that is living in warehouseland, where all our stuff is stored.
#MSWL: any MG or YA set in "warehouseland."
John Cusick @johnmcusickSo before it gets too late, let's do some #MSWL tweets!
janine o'malley @janine_omalleyOn my #MSWL, contemporary middle grade books about boys and friendship. Boys care and worry about and love their friends, but there aren’t enough books that tackle those emotions and experiences.