Libba Bray (Part 2)

The conversation continues, with Libba Bray, Printz award-winning YA author of THE DIVINERS and GOING BOVINE, discussing how she came to children’s literature, the struggle to balance honesty with self-preservation, and writing with depression.

Listen to the interview here, or download it on iTunes or Stitcher!

Libba Bray Part 2 Show Notes

Laurie Halse Anderson

David Levithan

Rachel Cohn

Francesca Lia Block

Angela Johnson

Aaron ZimmermanNew York Writers Coalition

Ann Brashares

Sweet Sixteen

Cecily von Ziegesar

Holly Black

SAVE THE CAT by Blake Snyder

Save The Movie, by Peter Suderman in Slate (the “why are all movies the same?” article)

Cynthia Leitich Smith

Scott Westerfeld

Justine Larbalestier

John Green

Nova Ren Suma

Robin Wasserman

Emily Lockhart

Maureen Johnson

Barry Lyga

C. Alexander (Sandy) London

Adele Griffin

Matt de la Pena

Shannon Hale

Sara Zarr

Jon Skovron

Maggie Stiefvater

Judy Blume

Miles and Miles of No Man’s Land,” Libba Bray’s post about depression

Stephanie Perkins‘ blog post about depression

The Shame of Depression,” by Myra McEntire

HELTER SKELTER by Vincent Bugliosi, Curt Gentry

CARRIE by Stephen King