Author: Anne Ursu

Joining the Frey

My Twitter feed exploded on Friday. I was traveling and couldn’t quite piece it together. James Frey. YA book packaging. A million little suckers. It turns out that NY Magazine has published James Frey’s Fiction...

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Let the Right One In

My little boy was expelled from preschool for biting last week. Apparently that sort of thing still happens even in this post-Twilight age. You’d think people would be more understanding. This all poses an interesting challenge...

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Always Listen to Your Publicist.

I had the pleasure of attending Kidlit Con in Minneapolis this weekend. It’s the annual conference of the Kidlitosphere, the people who blog about kids’ books. The conference was also useful for writers; there were...

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Worth a Thousand Words

A couple weeks ago, the New York Times published an article saying the picture book was fading. Sales are down, orders are down–and while the article cites the down economy, it suggests that some of the lag is due to...

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