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.
Hannah and Tirzah give a lesson on the history of publishing's paperback and hardcover divide, then talk about small and indie presses.
Happy Poetry Month! Hannah dives into twenty years' worth of narrative verse--and a little standalone poetry, too.
Hannah and guest Tirzah recommend a number of YA books that hit many of the Read Harder challenge tasks.
Hannah invites Japanese-American author Misa Sugiura to the podcast to discuss some AAPI YA authors that are a little more under the radar than the ones you've heard of.
Hannah and Kelly talk about awesome YA historical fiction featuring female leads and dig into YA mysteries -- where have they gone?
In honor of job interview season in the academic world, Hannah gets introspective and considers what makes a good educator, highlighting five YA books with dope educators in them.
Hannah and Kelly talk about teens and traumatic content, then highlight a range of Black science fiction and fantasy reads.
Kelly highlights this year's YA Summer Scares horror selections. Get to know some rad horror books and a rad horror-focused program.
Hannah and Kelly dive into YA books without romance, then highlight excellent romance YA books.
Kelly and guest author Tiffany Schmidt talk about Cynthia Leitich Smith's recently re-released book Rain Is Not My Indian Name and dig into where the YA for younger YA readers is.