Maggie Cooper @frecklywench · Sep 24

hit me up with your very smartest feminist retellings, your structurally fearless literary fiction, and anything you’d comp to the brilliant Sarah Waters, Lesley Nneka Arimah, Curtis Sittenfeld, or Carmen Maria Machado! #MSWL

Annie Bomke @ABLiterary · Sep 24

Oooh, and retellings too! Shakespearean, myths, other books, etc. #MSWL

Kaitlyn Johnson @kaitylynne13 · Sep 24

Anyone thought of a Count of Monte Cristo retelling, but from the woman he left behind's perspective? And she's the badass getting into sword fights and proving his innocence? #MSWL

Laurel Symonds @LaurelSymonds · Sep 24

Other random elements I love: historical fiction, witches (historical and contemporary, but less on the humorous side), boarding schools, food, slow build romance, whimsy, retellings...#MSWL

Moe Ferrara is in need of coffee @inthesestones · Sep 24

#MSWL - #YA: I am STILL waiting for my contemporary re-telling of COUNT OF MONTE CRISTO.

Moe Ferrara is in need of coffee @inthesestones · Sep 24

#MSWL - #YA: I've become so much pickier in terms of genre fiction because I want to see something new. Give me a new twist on court intrigue or "chosen" ones. More contemporary fantasies/magical realism. Retellings of new/different stories.

A.M. Rose @annmrose · Sep 24

Replying to @annmrose

Retellings - Give me your obscure or different retellings where the princess saves the prince (or the other princess 😉) where it's clear it's a retelling but at the same time completely unique (like Cinder) #MSWL

Natascha Morris @SoCalledYALife · Sep 24

#MSWL Retellings. But not like the ones we see all the time. And make it interesting. Make a commentary.

Samantha Wekstein @SWekstein · Sep 24

#MSWL Still on the lookout for inventive fairytale or folklore retellings--especially stories that haven't been done often.

Erica Bauman @Erica_Bauman · Sep 24

Forever and always, more retellings of lesser known mythology, fairy tales, and classical lit. Especially if it blends with an unexpected genre. #MSWL

Leslie Zampetti @leslie_zampetti · Sep 23

#MSWL I’d love to see some Latinx/Jewish contemporary YA... Or a retelling of Romeo & Juliet with the protagonists both devout but different religions... Or a great MG mystery that more Mo LeBeau and less Nancy Drew & ClueCrew.

Sara Schonfeld @SaraSchon · Sep 12

My bizarre fascination with these girl scammer stories—and the toxic friendships they rely on—means I’m craving a fiction YA (and age-appropriate) retelling! #MSWL