Coming to a Shelf Near You Fall of 2016
GIRL IN PIECES is the stunning, heartbreaking story of what it means to live in the world when your body is your own worst enemy. It marks the arrival of Kathleen Glasgow, a major new voice in young adult literature. Advance readers have called GIRL IN PIECES "Vivid, devastating, and beautifully written," (Julie Schumacher, best-selling author of Black Box); "Wise, unflinching, and a balm for the kind of heartbreak that can't ever be fully mended," (Summer Wood, best-selling author of Arroyo); and "This sharp and beautiful portrait…illuminates not only the anxiety of youth but the vulnerability and terror of life in general." (Amanda Coplin, best-selling author of The Orchardist).

WLLA Author Jason Zencka Published In Current Issue of One Story

Jason Zencka has worked as a newspaper reporter in Wisconsin and a criminal defense investigator in Washington, D.C. Currently, he teaches high school English in Minneapolis. He received his MFA from the University of Minnesota. Click the link to read an excerpt of "Catacombs":


http://www.one-story.com/index.php?page=stories&pubcode=os&story_id=216
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The Crazy Way This Paraplegic Learned To Walk Again

New York Post Features Athlete and Author John Maclean

Medics doubted Maclean would survive the 25-mile journey to the hospital near Sydney, Australia. A passing priest had administered last rites. When Maclean arrived at the ER, doctors — with a bit of gallows humor — referred to his probable condition as “mahogany or pine.”


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What Prodigies Could Teach Us About Autism

WLLA Book THE PRODIGY'S COUSIN Featured in NYT

MANY parents remember a moment when their toddler astounded them. Maybe he outpaced his playgroup at mastering a song. Maybe she knew an esoteric fact about outer space. They might quietly wonder: Is my child a prodigy?


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