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A way to go

YA author Robin Talley on how LGBT publishing has progressed in recent years and how far it still has to go. Read more

Roald Dahl's Welsh roots

Lleucu Siencyn takes a look at Roald Dahl's Welsh roots, and how Wales wil celebrate the centenary of his birth. Read more

'Let's create more braille books to open up a world of adventure'

The RNIB's Claire Maxwell on why more braille books are needed. Read more

A call for more diverse submissions to the YA Book Prize

Charlotte Eyre talks about diversity in YA fiction, and the desire to have a diverse YA Book Prize shortlist. Read more

The illustrated soldier and the book-hack

Dr Helen Limon from Newcastle University looks at the way children's books affect perceptions of the military. Read more

A letter to booksellers

Dear booksellers,  Nosy Crow publishes Refuge on 12th November. It is a book I dearly hope you will all support.   Like you,... Read more

The phonics argument

It is sad but true. Publishing has been as guilty as everyone. The crucial first step in a child’s schooling is to learn to read,... Read more

Training for author events in schools

In regards to the current debate on whether authors should be paid for events in schools, the question, of course, is not should children’s authors... Read more

Annabel Pitcher on 'Silence is Goldfish'

YA author Annabel Pitcher talks about her new book Silence is Goldfish (Orion, published in October), in which teenage girl Tess has to deal with... Read more

A "cooler", more creative children's publishing industry on show at CMC

The theme of this year’s Children’s Media Conference (CMC), which took place 1-3 July in Sheffield, was “All Change”. Which is apt, because the... Read more

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