In this bonus episode, authors Eric Gansworth and Joseph Bruchac and their editors, Cheryl Klein and Stacy Whitman, discuss the particular pleasures and challenges of writing, editing, and publishing Native American young adult literature.
Relevant links: Eric Gansworth’s website
Joseph Bruchac’s website
Stacy Whitman’s website
Cheryl Klein’s website
Debbie Reese’s website (mentioned in the conversation)
Betsy Bird’s blog on the School Library Journal website
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