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 talk generation gaps, chronological problems, intergenerational relationships, and multigenerational stories.
This week, Tirzah discusses Melina Marchetta's YA backlist and offers a few different entry points!
Hannah and Tirzah talk about exciting news from Disney-Hyperion and then dive into standalone high fantasy.
Hannah gives a preview of some of the books she and Tirzah plan on reading (or revisiting) this summer, prior to watching the video on-demand screen adaptations.
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.