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Who should read YA? by Gill-Marie Stewart

A recent article by Anthony McGowan in The Guardian claimed that 80% of readers of Young Adult (YA) fiction are over 25. This was presented as a bad thing. But does it matter? Does what we read have to be … Continue reading

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What Exactly Do We Mean By Plagiarism? Gill-Marie Stewart

For a while now I’ve been mulling over what constitutes plagiarism, whether it is always a bad thing, how fanfic fits in … and all sort of other diverse but linked ponderings. I’ve been drawn to blog about this specifically … Continue reading

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