BEA Pout-A-Thon Round-Up

What a BEA this has been. I’m more enlightened. I have new authors to follow and all without acquiring a double hernia.

Laurie, you may have something here with the virtual version of BEA.

I wanted to make sure all of the authors highlighted in Friday’s panel were listed. So here ya’ go. Go forth and refresh your summer TBR list.

NOTE: If there is no title next to the author, it’s because I simply copied and pasted from the comments. I only listed what was originally posted.

Neesha Meminger, Shine, Coconut Moon

Tonya Hegamin, Pemba’s Song


Mitali Perkins, Secret Keeper

Cynthia Leitch Smith, Tantalize

An Na

Randa Abdel-Fattah

Tanuja Desai Hidier

Dorina K. Lazo Gilmore

Cindy Pon

Traci L. Smith

Lori A. Williams

Uma Krishnaswami

Anjali Banerji (hope I spelled that right!)

Marina Budhos

Justina Chen Headley

Cynthea Liu

Olugbemisola Perkovich (hers comes out in ‘10)

Malinda Lo

Sheba Karim


Simone Elkeles

NiNi Simone

L Divine

Gary Soto

Alisa Valdez Rodrigez

Rene Saldana Jr

Laura Resau

Benjamin Alire Saenz

Many Ly

Amjed Qamar

Rudolfo Anaya – Bless me, Ultima

One Response to BEA Pout-A-Thon Round-Up

  1. Doret says:

    Pemba’s Song is the current book selection over at Common’s online Corner Book Club. There will be a live author chat on June 9 at 7:30 I get the email’s sent to me, they pick really good books. They did Sherman Alexie’s book not too long ago. I have yet to check out a chat, maybe this will be my first. Thanks for this list there are some new authors for me to check out.

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