Jacqueline Firkins talks about her young adult book Herts, Strings, and Other Broken Things, Jane Austen and diverisfying the young adult genre.
"I don't know how many children's books are out there about an female-dominant pirate crew, with a female protagonist who fights mythical creatures with her female mentor. The fact that they're all women of colour should get a mention, too. I'm sure there are definitely some books that are similar, but I always want more." Read my interview with author Tamara Moss.
Read my Q&A with author Krista Brock about her book The Nighttime Adventures of Calvin and Ollie, an illustrate-it-yourself picture book for kids.
Read this Q&A with British Columbia author Leanne Baugh about her young adult book The Story of My Face and her writing process.
Book Time hosts a Q&A with British Columbia author/illustrator Aidan Cassie about a variety of topics including Sterling, Best Fork/Dog Ever