After a busy day on the assembly line, TRF staff sweep up their sawdust and reflect on how great authors are produced...
Sam Hiyate and Ali McDonald will be teaching A Literary Agent’s Guide to Getting Published at the University of Toronto, School of Continuing Studies, beginning May 2017! With exclusive access to two agents from The Rights Factory, including one-on-one critiques, a query letter writing workshop, non-fiction proposal tutorial, copyright and contracts module, an overview of the […]
We are thrilled to announce that Hunger Games editor Kate Egan has acquired Alisha Sevigny‘s stunning summer romance YA, Summer Constellations, for the fabulous new KCP Loft list! Following toe-curler Kissing Frogs, this heartfelt beach read will be publishing Spring 2018. Seventeen-year-old Julia Ducharme fights to save her family campground and lifelong home from a disreputable developer, finding an unlikely ally […]
We are incredibly excited to have found the perfect publishing home for Carolyn O’Doherty‘s debut REWIND with editor Mary Colgan at Boyds Mills Press! The preemptive two-book deal reflects Mary’s wonderful enthusiasm for the project, and her support for Carolyn’s bright literary future. We couldn’t be more thrilled. REWIND is a speculative YA that follows Alex […]
Congratulations, Laura! And to the entire If He Had Been With Me team at Sourcebooks on ranking #3 on the New York Times YA e-bestseller list for the week of January 31, 2016.
Working in children’s literature is a different kind of business. Everyone who is in it just wants to publish great books for kids and inspire a love of reading. It’s a brilliant place to be.
How did I get here?
It all started at a publishing cabaret…
Wishing Judy Blume had written a novel set in 1970 during the peak of the FLQ crisis? This is it. In her first teen book, Glenda Leznoff tells the stories of two teen girls leading very different lives, but linked by their neighbourhood geography and insatiable attraction to a bad-boy classmate named Ian.