From great new books to favorite classic reads, from news to the latest in on-screen adaptations, the Hey YA podcast is here to elevate the exciting world of young adult lit.
Kelly highlights five excellent award-winning YA authors and the backlist titles of theirs you shouldn't miss.
Kelly and Hannah answer listener requests for book recommendations.
In her first solo episode, Hannah tries not to get too mired in despair and instead focuses on the lessons she learned from Mark Bray on antifascism.
Hannah and Kelly record a podcast during the longest week ever and talk about under the radar 2020 reads and books they plan to read before the year ends.
Hannah and special guest Tim Milner reminisce about high school together and talk becoming YA readers a little late in life and becoming teachers after brief forays into other careers.
Kelly and Hannah take a look at the settings present and absent in YA books and what they wish they saw more commonly, then highlight YA set in the rural US and across the globe.
Kelly dives into the wide world of YA ghost stories.
Kelly and new Hey YA host Hannah talk about girls in sports and dig into great stand-alone YA science fiction and fantasy books.
Kelly and YA author Kristina Forest talk about Megan McCafferty's Sloppy Firsts, digging into suburban angst, finding yourself, and Marcus Flutie.
Vanessa and Liberty are sitting in this week, talking about recent YA releases and which witchy YA reads they love, witch, er, which makes for a spellbinding new episode!
Special guest Jessica Pryde, of our When In Romance podcast, dives into Darius The Great Is Not OK by Adib Khorram.
Eric and Kelly come to you LIVE from YA-Hoo Fest!, talking great books for new YA readers and what they can't wait to read this fall.
Special guest Jessica Pryde, of our When In Romance podcast, talks about her favorite YA retellings!
Eric and Kelly talk about YA where fandoms clash, followed by a recommendationpalooza of recent YA horror.
Eric is joined by Aiden Thomas, author of the highly anticipated debut novel Cemetery Boys, to talk favorite backlist titles and bad reading location decisions.