Roma Panganiban

Literary Assistant

Janklow & Nesbit

Reading for a living at @janklownesbit . Shorter & quieter in person. Opinions mine, but we can negotiate custody. Don't buy books from Amazon. she/her

Roma Panganiban
@romapancake
Literary Assistant
Reading for a living at @janklownesbit . Shorter & quieter in person. Opinions mine, but we can negotiate custody. Don't buy books from Amazon. she/her
5 MSWL
2 Tips
Roma Panganiban
@romapancake
Literary Assistant
Reading for a living at @janklownesbit . Shorter & quieter in person. Opinions mine, but we can negotiate custody. Don't buy books from Amazon. she/her
5 MSWL
2 Tips

Roma Panganiban @romapancake

I have strong feelings about people who blithely sort coming of age novels about young people into YA or adult based on their narrow view of what constitutes "literary" writing, but that's a long-winded thread for another day. TL;DR: adults can have "coming of age" stories, too

Anyway if you're writing a coming of age (coming of self!) story about young protagonists or older protagonists, for young readers or older readers, that challenges traditional ideas of what "coming of age" means, who gets to do it, how, and when...send it to me #MSWL #AmAgenting

Roma Panganiban
@romapancake
Literary Assistant
Reading for a living at @janklownesbit . Shorter & quieter in person. Opinions mine, but we can negotiate custody. Don't buy books from Amazon. she/her
5 MSWL
2 Tips
Roma Panganiban
@romapancake
Literary Assistant
Reading for a living at @janklownesbit . Shorter & quieter in person. Opinions mine, but we can negotiate custody. Don't buy books from Amazon. she/her
5 MSWL
2 Tips

Just spent way too long engrossed in someone's 543-page dissertation on the purpose and prevalence of "like" across various national dialects of English, so this is now an official #MSWL call to any linguist whose work might interest the general public and not just nerds like me