Issue 2 of The Edge of the Forest is up.
My contributions: Teens and Seniors, an article made possible thanks to the insightful commentary from Suzi at Words, Words, Words; Chris Barton at Bartography; D.L. Garfinkle; and Mary E. Pearson. I have a book review (scroll down, it's the second one) of the upcoming I'd Tell You I Love You, But Then I'd Have To Kill You by Ally Carter, which you will love if you watch shows like Buffy and Alias. Finally, I have a nonfiction review of Let Me Play : The Story of Title IX: The Law That Changed the Future of Girls in America and while the book is about sports, my review is about how the Law is a good thing.
Other highlights: Author Jane Buchanan Talks About Judging the SCBWI Golden Kite; Gail Gauthier is this month's Blogging Writer; and many more book reviews and blog highlights.
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