Tweets of the Week: April 10th

Happy Friday! Some things that happened this week: VIDA, an organization dedicated to supporting women in literature, published their count for 2014 – a great look at gender disparity in publishing. They focus on books for adults, but lately they have expanded to counting women in color and children’s literature, so take a look. We Need Diverse Books announced non-profit status; research was published about immigrant groups in the United States that will give you insight into the populations you might serve; and pre-conference buzz got going for BEA, YALLWEST, and Outlawed, so look for talk from conference attendees on publishing news, YA trends, and censorship this weekend.

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–Hannah Gómez, currently reading Blythewood by Carol Goodman

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Hannah Gómez is a former independent school librarian and now works remotely as a librarian consultant/teacher. She also teaches fitness and writes things. She is on Twitter @shgmclicious