Link Roundup

Author Shannon Hale talks about why boys don’t read “girl books”

The Atlantic discusses sisters in fiction, from Little Women to Sweet Valley High.

Author Molly O’Keefe talks about the risk of writing difficult (or unlikeable) heroines.

Dear Author offers a list of “new adult” recommendations, including books with college-aged protagonists and books about recent grads.

The New York Times talks about how Cosmo conquered the world.

In an interview with Indiewire, Rashida Jones talks about writing interesting female roles (and how hard they are to find in Hollywood).

Feminspire has some epic recent examples of actresses striking back against sexist interview questions.

Rhiannon

Rhiannon Thomas is an author and feminist blogger from York, England. Her debut novel, A Wicked Thing, is available now from HarperTeen.

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