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Ms Xpat 10 Jun 15
Replying to @whatSFSaid @ImogenRW
start by fostering a luv of reading & support their creativity at home then they will be confident
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Jim 7 Jun 15
Really interesting session - thanks ! (And fab audience) :)
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Fiz Osborne 7 Jun 15
"What publishing needs to do better is represent the truth."
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ImogenRussellWilliams 7 Jun 15
.: after Place at the Table event, diverse titles need A Place In The Window. Make visible, not ghettoised
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Sarah McIntyre 7 Jun 15
Replying to @whatSFSaid @ImogenRW
Author visits by people from a variety of backgrounds. Also diversity in what they create.
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Charlie 7 Jun 15
Some good points being brought up in the panel by the audience (which includes )
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Queer YA 7 Jun 15
Replying to @jules_chronicle
... "Just happens to be LGBT/POC/have a disability" stance that can be quite erasing.
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Fiz Osborne 7 Jun 15
V interesting discussion during the - big thanks to +
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Louie Stowell 8 Jun 15
Replying to @sarahodedina @catwrote
One of the points raised at by was about importance of authors being nurtured by publishers
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Susie Day 7 Jun 15
Lovely lounge in the sun with my sister. Now catching up on - fine stuff, thank you livetweeters.
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John Mulligan 8 Aug 17
The 1st amendment freedom of speech doesn't apply to private biz
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Origami Brewing Co. Jul 2
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Mike Gallagher 8 Aug 17
...then go to work proving him wrong. Maybe determine why US DoL says pays women less than men? 2/2
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Dr Liz Chapman 7 Jun 15
Replying to @Yayeahyeah
AND PUBLIC LIBRARIES (sorry, on hobby horse!)
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Play Unlimited 7 Jun 15
You have our full support for the
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Sharmaine Lovegrove 7 Jun 15
Diversity of Class and race are still missing from YA and children's publishing
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Wei Ming Kam 7 Jun 15
Also and everyone at the ideas-fest! All the , you're awesome
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Ms Xpat 12 Jun 15
suggestions from panellist & my musings on in after my visit to on
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Queer YA 7 Jun 15
If has tickled your fancy for diverse books, check out amazing recs of LGBTQIA+ YA books during Scrabble!!
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Jane Bednall 7 Jun 15
Replying to @ImogenRW @whatSFSaid
reading plenty of texts published by pupils and students,including you tube stories, poems,songs
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