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Book Reviews

  contributed by Ashley Johnson, Content Editor, SparkPoint Studio     Check out a new year full of incredible new indie reads! The Frontman by Ron Bahar (Available 4/3) Ron Bahar has always tried to please his Israeli immigrant parents …

MUSIC AND MYSTERY If there’s a job in which mental illness is a benefit, it might be writing—at least, it helps Brian Caskey, the intriguing main character in Simon Maltman’s A Kill for the Poet. Caskey is a Northern Irish …

POEMAS FAMILIARES Accessible, bite-sized, and made for sharing, the dual-language poems in Family Poems for Every Day of the Week/Poemas Familiares para Cada Día de la Semana, by the late Alarcón, give young readers a window into not just their …

THRILL RIDE Post-apocalyptic horror meets science lesson in Plague Land, Scarrow’s adrenaline-packed rocket ride of a novel. Leon and his younger sister, Grace, have recently relocated from New Jersey to London with their British mother after their parents’ divorce. Leon, …

Feature Content

You can read the Jen Lancaster Interview here, straight from the pages of our January 2018 issue!  
The Horror Writers Association’s Library Liaison, JG Faherty, recently took the time to tell us all about HWA. Read the Spotlight interview here, direct from our November issue!
Our first Publisher Spotlight features Chicago-based Gibson House Press. Check out the interview, direct from our November issue!
Direct from our November issue is an interview with Jason Wolos, the director of Trattoria and founder of IndieHouseSF.   Watch the trailer, and a clip from Trattoria below: More information about Trattoria can be found here.

IndiePicks Blog

  contributed by Ashley Johnson, Content Editor, SparkPoint Studio     Check out a new year full of incredible new indie reads! The Frontman by Ron Bahar (Available 4/3) Ron Bahar has always tried to please his Israeli immigrant parents ...
You can read our Publisher Spotlight with Lee & Low Books here, straight from the pages of our January 2018 issue!      

Book Reviews

  contributed by Ashley Johnson, Content Editor, SparkPoint Studio     Check out a new year full of incredible new indie reads! The Frontman by Ron Bahar (Available 4/3) Ron Bahar has always tried to please his Israeli immigrant parents …

MUSIC AND MYSTERY If there’s a job in which mental illness is a benefit, it might be writing—at least, it helps Brian Caskey, the intriguing main character in Simon Maltman’s A Kill for the Poet. Caskey is a Northern Irish …

POEMAS FAMILIARES Accessible, bite-sized, and made for sharing, the dual-language poems in Family Poems for Every Day of the Week/Poemas Familiares para Cada Día de la Semana, by the late Alarcón, give young readers a window into not just their …

THRILL RIDE Post-apocalyptic horror meets science lesson in Plague Land, Scarrow’s adrenaline-packed rocket ride of a novel. Leon and his younger sister, Grace, have recently relocated from New Jersey to London with their British mother after their parents’ divorce. Leon, …

Author Interviews

You can read the Jen Lancaster Interview here, straight from the pages of our January 2018 issue!  
The Horror Writers Association’s Library Liaison, JG Faherty, recently took the time to tell us all about HWA. Read the Spotlight interview here, direct from our November issue!
Our first Publisher Spotlight features Chicago-based Gibson House Press. Check out the interview, direct from our November issue!
Direct from our November issue is an interview with Jason Wolos, the director of Trattoria and founder of IndieHouseSF.   Watch the trailer, and a clip from Trattoria below: More information about Trattoria can be found here.

IndiePicks Blog

  contributed by Ashley Johnson, Content Editor, SparkPoint Studio     Check out a new year full of incredible new indie reads! The Frontman by Ron Bahar (Available 4/3) Ron Bahar has always tried to please his Israeli immigrant parents ...
You can read our Publisher Spotlight with Lee & Low Books here, straight from the pages of our January 2018 issue!      

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