Danielle Binks

Danielle Binks is an editor, book blogger, literary agent and youth literature advocate. She edited and contributed to Begin, End, Begin: A #LoveOzYA Anthology, of new Australian young adult writing by some of Australia’s favourite YA authors and inspired by the grassroots #LoveOzYA movement, which is currently shortlisted in the Inky Awards. Find her at daniellebinks.com.

Commentary

Are Writer’s Festivals Catering for the Next Generation?

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Strengthening the Spirit: Jared Thomas’ Songs that Sound Like Blood

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#LoveOzYA

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Finding Books for Young Readers: The Readings Children’s Book Prize

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Agent Carter and the future of the female superhero

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Young Adult Literature: genre is not readership

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Disability or superpower? Deaf identity in YA

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Books that take you there: YA literary tourism

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Mean girls, bullies and private school privilege: Alice Pung’s Laurinda

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Nepotism, bullying and stalking: When online reviews go bad

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Race, growing up and Nona and Me

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‘YA-bashing’: sexism meets elitism

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Beyond ableism and ignorance: disability and fiction

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By teens, for teens: the Inky Awards

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Review: The Boy’s Own Manual to Being a Proper Jew

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How to buy books for young adults

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Fan-Girling Over Super Heroines

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Australia Needs Diverse Books

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We Read To Know We Are Not Alone: Examining the Lack of LGBTQI Characters in Australian Youth Literature

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YA is the New Black

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Who run the book world? GIRLS!

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The Fault in the Cult of John Green

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Where are all the great young adult TV shows?

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Magabala Books and the importance of Indigenous YA literature

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The young adult books of my young adulthood

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A children’s lit prize of one’s own

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The fault with a sick-lit debate

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Graphic novels and ‘reluctant readers’

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Let’s talk about Speak

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Alex Award: introducing teen readers to adult books

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Why children’s and YA literature deserves more media attention

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All grown up: a brief history of The Little Bookroom

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Written for teenagers, censored by adults: an interview with Dianne Touchell

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The adult vs children’s lit debate: an interview with Morris Gleitzman

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Discovering YA

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Glory books

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Adults: Young and New

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Dear Jennifer Byrne…

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Waiting for Jellicoe

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The dark divide of YA fiction

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You are not alone: Why we need more Indigenous writers and characters in Australian YA

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