Marty Chan, YA writers on Shakespeare

"I like jumping around. I actually like the milky space in between all the different mediums that I work in."-- Marty Chan. In this episode:* Marty Chan on his books for young readers* Del Barber on The Man Who Listens to Horses by Monty Roberts* Mariko Tamaki, Catherine Austen and Monique Polak on recasting Shakespeare's characters in YA fiction* Brian Francis on Tiger Eyes by Judy Blume and...
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"I like jumping around. I actually like the milky space in between all the different mediums that I work in."
-- Marty Chan. 

In this episode:

* Marty Chan on his books for young readers
* Del Barber on The Man Who Listens to Horses by Monty Roberts
Mariko Tamaki, Catherine Austen and Monique Polak on recasting Shakespeare's characters in YA fiction
* Brian Francis on Tiger Eyes by Judy Blume and Days That End in Y by Vikki VanSickle

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