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Kids being shamed for their poverty? Not on our watch.

Help me stop school lunch shaming--because this is utter and complete BULLSHIT.

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VT Teen Lit Mob Keynote Speech

When you listen to someone’s story, when you see the world through their eyes, they become family. They become a part of you. Everyone is hurting. Everyone matters. And at the end of the day, that’s what books are all about.

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The Space Between Breaths

Transitions in the Artistic Life

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Sailing Your Ship

"I am not afraid of storms, for I am learning how to sail my ship." - Louisa May Alcott

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Das Kapital for Writers: Part Two

Here’s to the late-night scribblers, the lunch-hour manifestos, the crack-of-dawn scrawlers, the bath-time dissertations: the pros and cons of quitting your day job.

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Das Kapital For Writers: Part Four

The most important one: we talk about publishing, negativity, and self-care

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I'm Not A Terrible Person!

An update on last year's Whiplash post.

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Chasing Fireflies: The View From Rock Bottom

Sometimes you have to be empty to get full

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Water Is There Somewhere

On Writer's Block And Not Having Inspiration

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The Grief-Armies

A Writer's Book Hangover

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Research In Morocco For Blood Passage

My guest post for Bustle about my trip to Morocco

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Why A Book 2 Needs To Be Badass

Thoughts for Forever YA on Book 2's and Blood Passage

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The Blood Passage Playlist

The offical soundtrack in all its glory.

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Fangirl Time!

An Interview with author Ingrid Sundberg about All We Left Behind

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Practice Makes Practice

"Shut up, sit down, and write." - Natalie Goldberg

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