Young Lois Lane Investigates A Teacher In This Prequel To Her YA Novel

Lois Lane heads from the pages of DC Comics to her very own Young Adult novel this May, but you can read a teaser of what's to come with this new short story from Gwenda Bond detailing the young Lois' first day at a new school — and she's already getting herself primed for a future career at the Daily Planet. » 3/06/15 2:40pm 3/06/15 2:40pm

The Very Best Teen Heroes in Science Fiction and Fantasy

Some of our favorite heroes are teenagers. Unlike the adults, they aren't afraid to question authority — partly because they're too young to have been compromised by it. They can see problems and solutions in the world around them. And for these young adults, every journey is a quest. That's why teens are among the… » 3/11/13 11:24am 3/11/13 11:24am

In new fantasy novel Vessel, the hunt is on for a missing goddess

Sarah Beth Durst, author of the young adult vampire action comedy Drink, Slay, Love, has a new novel out called Vessel — it's a standalone fantasy that takes place in an entirely new world. Liyana's nomadic desert clan is waiting desperately for their goddess to rejoin them, even though it will cost Liyanna her life. » 2/26/13 4:00pm 2/26/13 4:00pm

Are Adults More Ignored Than Children In SF Lit?

They've published books, linked to and even interviewed each other, but now authors Cory Doctorow and John Scalzi are collectively wondering whether anyone is paying attention to their most recent books, and just what is the most under-appreciated genre of literature: Young Adult or Regular Science Fiction? » 5/05/08 7:30am 5/05/08 7:30am