All Young Adult Authors

  • Cindy Rodriguez

    Cindy L. Rodriguez was a newspaper reporter for the Hartford Courant and a researcher for the Boston Globe before becoming a public school teacher. She is now a reading specialist at a Connecticut middle school and an adjunct professor at Tunxis Community College. She is also a founder of the read more

  • Gail Gauthier

    Gail Gauthier is the author of eight children’s books, including The Hero of Ticonderoga, an ALA Notable Book, and the two volumes of the Hannah and Brandon Stories series, A Girl, a Boy, and a Monster Cat, and A Girl, a Boy, and Three Robbers, which were both selected as read more

  • Jonathan Andersen

    Jonathan Andersen is the author of a book of poems, Stomp and Sing (Curbstone/ Northwestern University Press 2005) and the editor of the anthology Seeds of Fire: Contemporary Poetry from the Other U. S. A. (Smokestack Books-UK 2008). His poems and reviews have appeared in The Cafe Review, Connecticut Review, read more

  • Joyce Stengel

    I am a lifelong Connecticut resident. Personal interests include reading and writing, walking through woods and along beaches, and Reiki, a hands-on healing system.

  • Pegi Deitz Shea

    A two-time winner of the Connecticut Book Award, with books recommended by the International Reading Association, National Council of Teachers of English, National Council of the Social Studies, American Library Association, Junior Library Guild and other organizations, author and teacher Pegi Deitz Shea has published more than 400 articles, stories, read more

  • Sarah Darer Littman

    Sarah Darer Littman is the critically acclaimed author of Backlash; Want to Go Private?; Life, After; Purge; and Confessions of a Closet Catholic, winner of the Sydney Taylor Book Award. Her latest books include Charmed I’m Sure, a humorous MG from S & S Aladdin, and In Case You Missed read more

  • Stacy DeKeyser

    Stacy DeKeyser is the author of both fiction and nonfiction for young readers. Her books have been listed among the Chicago Public Library’s Best of the Best, the Bank Street College of Education Best Books of the Year, Amazon Editors’ Picks, KIRKUS REVIEW’s New and Notable Books for Children, and read more