Spotlight on Jane Griffiths, Children’s Fiction Commissioning Editor.

 Spotlights tell you more about the people involved in Megaphone: writers, editors and agents. Jane Griffiths is one of the editors who is generously donating her time to help select the applicants for Megaphone and to deliver final feedback on the manuscripts. She has worked in publishing for over ten years and is currently Senior CommissioningContinue reading “Spotlight on Jane Griffiths, Children’s Fiction Commissioning Editor.”

Spotlight on Kirsten Armstrong, Fiction Editor at Penguin Random House

 Spotlights tell you more about the people involved in Megaphone: writers, editors and agents. Kirsten Armstrong (@K_L_Armstrong) is one of the editors who is generously donating her time to help select the applicants for Megaphone and to deliver final feedback on the manuscripts. She has worked at Random House Children’s Publishers since 2011, on the prestigious DavidContinue reading “Spotlight on Kirsten Armstrong, Fiction Editor at Penguin Random House”

Blog: How can I, a white writer, include more diverse characters in my writing?

  Inspired by the #geaqa (Golden Egg Academy live chat ) that I participated in last night on Twitter, I’ve decided to put down my thoughts on this question, because it cropped up a couple of times last night and it does crop up frequently.  When speaking about Megaphone I have often been asked byContinue reading “Blog: How can I, a white writer, include more diverse characters in my writing?”

Spotlight on: Kate Agar, editor and secret vampire plotter…

Spotlights tell you more about the people involved in Megaphone: writers, editors and agents. Kate Agar (@kateagar) is one of the editors who is generously donating her time to help select the applicants for Megaphone and to deliver final feedback on the manuscripts. She is commissioning editor for Hachette (Little Brown Young Readers) .  The ‘commissioning’ bit means thatContinue reading “Spotlight on: Kate Agar, editor and secret vampire plotter…”

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