Featured Blogger: Greg Pincus

We have loved all the bloggers we’ve featured so far, but it has occurred to us that we’ve been remiss in featuring the male population around here. There are men out there in the kidlit blogging community, and we wanted to highlight their contributions. Greg Pincus at Gottabook has been involved in the community for a number of years, and …

Featured Blogger: Margo Tanenbaum

For this month’s featured blogger, I asked the Cybils organizing team who they’d like to see. One of the names that came up was Margo Tanenbaum, a long time blogger at The Fourth Musketeer. She was delighted, and took the time to answer our questions. Tell us a bit about you and your blog. I am a full-time children’s librarian …

Featured Blogger: Elizabeth O. Dulemba

This month’s featured blogger was nominated by Vicky. Who says, “I nominate Elizabeth O. Dulemba. She has consistently featured kidlit authors and illustrators, as well as kidlit books, for many years. As an author/illustrator herself, she also provides many articles, links, and resources for those involved in the kidlit community.” Happily, Elizabeth was willing to answer a few questions about …

Featured Bloggers: Guinevere and Libertad Tomas

This month’s featured bloggers are Guinevere and Libertad atย Twinja Book Reviews. We met them at KidlitCon last month, and were impressed by their enthusiasm and energy and passion, and wanted to get to know them a big more. We were glad they took some time to answer our questions about their blog and diversity in YA/Speculative Fiction. Tell us a …

Featured Blogger: Amy at Hope Is the Word

Our first featured blogger is Amy at Hope Is The Word, who hosts the Armchair Cybils every year. She was nominated by Sherry at Semicolon who says: ”ย Amy reads and reviews lots of Cybils nominees and gives bloggers who are unable to be judges a chance to get in on the Cybils fun. Amy is a teacher and librarian turned …

NEW! The Featured Blogger

One of the things we wanted to do this Cybils’ season is reach out and feature the bloggers that are part of this community. ย This can be ANYONE in the wider kidlit blogging community, not just those who are involved as panelists, judges, or organizers. If you have someone in mind who loves and blogs about kidlit, please send a …