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Ask Greenwillow!

It’s been quite some time since we played a round of “Ask Greenwillow,” hasn’t it? Last time you asked questions about genres, acquisitions, and our dear friend Razzle (hey, whatever happened to Razzle?!). What do you have on your mind this time? Will it be about ebooks? What manuscript has Virginia’s dog eaten most recently? Maybe you want to know whether Amelia Bedelia is giving Waldo a run for his money on her birthday adventures?

Ask your most pressing questions and we’ll respond!

14 Comments

  1. KT Horning says:

    Is Janni Howker ever going to write another novel? Greenwillow published a few books by her back in the 1980s and then she disappeared. She strikes me as a YA author who was about 25 years ahead of her time.

  2. Sarah says:

    Does Greenwillow have any kind of internships for students interested in illustration and Graphic Design? If so, how would one go about applying for such an internship?

  3. Holly says:

    Can you tell us anything about Megan Whalen Turner’s next book?

  4. Megan says:

    Are you doing any ARC giveaways for The Bitter Kingdom?

  5. Jana says:

    I just finished all three Durango books by David Macinnis Gill. LOVED them. Will he be doing any more?

  6. mwt says:

    KT,

    That is a great question. Badger on the Barge was amazing.

    (I’m pretending I didn’t see Holly’s question.)

    Did you guys ever untie LRP manuscript or did you have to use scissors?

  7. Rae Carson says:

    Do Virginia and Martha have a wish list of the types of manuscripts they’d love to see from agents? (Hahahaha, you knew someone would ask.) Also, when can I read Megan’s next book? Also, what is the meaning of life?

  8. mwt says:

    I thought of a better question.

    WHERE’S MY ASLAN?

  9. Sparkles says:

    Dear Greenwillow, how awesome is Cindy Pon? :D

  10. Holly says:

    Pretend all you like, but my question stands, mwt.

  11. mwt says:

    I’m sorry, Holly, did you say something? I can’t hear you . . . .

  12. Rachel says:

    How do you suggest becoming an editor? What are your tips, especially since the industry is changing so drastically (Random House/Penguin, and probably soon S&S/Harper)…

  13. sophie says:

    Thanks for taking questions! Mine: What kinds of new works are y’all looking to add to your (brilliant) lists?

  14. Leafy says:

    What’s around the corner for the Children & YA markets? Do you foresee any upcoming trends in that direction?

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