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Gene Luen Yang: 'Our world is colorful, so our books should be too.' - Posted July 18, 2014
When we last spoke with graphic novelist Gene Luen Yang, his advice for writers is to "give up TV." Since then, he has been hard at work on a collaborative project with artist Son... [GalleyCat]

Los Angeles Review of Books Hires Young Adult/Children's Editor - Posted April 29, 2011
On Tuesday, May 3rd, the Los Angeles Review of Books will publish a critique of young adult title Zora and Me, written by author ... [FishbowlLA]

The Los Angeles Review of Books Debuts a Preview Website - Posted April 18, 2011
The new Los Angeles Review of Books, originally scheduled to launch last October, has finally surfaced online -- albeit at a temporary address. A Tumblr blog set up at lareviewofbooks.org promises daily updates of essays, book reviews and interviews, with a more comprehensive website on the horizon. The site's first post:... [FishbowlLA]

FBLA Crashes Oddly Named Writers' Soiree at Formosa Part Two - Posted February 16, 2010
Pictured are FBLA editor Pandora Young with author Janelle Brown. Other notables at the ... [FishbowlLA]

BAM! BOOM! Graphic Novel Panel Kicked Ass - Posted April 28, 2008
Atonement notwithstanding, comics are where it's at book-wise -- as the L.A. Times Festival of Books Graphic Novels panel proved. Moderated by Deborah Vankin of Metromix, lots of people turned out for the panel. Including one of our spies: It was pretty straightforward. (and hot, as the air conditioning was... [FishbowlLA]

DC Comics Launches Teen Girl Imprint - Posted May 16, 2007
Whoever says comic books are for boys must've missed the text message on Minx, the new graphic novel imprint from publishing giant DC Comics targeted specifically to teenage girls. The first of its kind from a major national publisher, Minx is being launched today by DC Comics, which hired A... [morningmedianewsfeed]

DC Comics Launches Teen Girl Imprint - Posted May 16, 2007
Whoever says comic books are for boys must've missed the text message on Minx, the new graphic novel imprint from publishing giant DC Comics targeted specifically to teenage girls. The first of its kind from a major national publisher, Minx is being launched today by DC Comics, which hired A... [FishbowlNY]

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