Tag Archives: Lyn Miller-Lachmann

Thoughts From Lyn Miller-Lachmann: Suicide Prevention: The Special Day Over, the Work Begins

Lyn Miller-Lachmann (who I’ve talked about repeatedly, but most notably here and here) just posted a great article on her own blog about suicide prevention year round. I thought I’d include it below to add to our discussion. I especially like … Continue reading

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Superheroes are Real!: An Interview with Lyn Miller-Lachmann

A few weeks ago, I got to review Rogue by the wonderful and talented Lyn Miller-Lachmann. But Lyn doesn’t just write fabulous books that deal with diversity and kids facing adversity. She, herself, has a great deal of lived experience dealing with … Continue reading

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Rogue to the Rescue!: A New Novel by Lyn Miller-Lachman

The Vermont College of Fine Arts Writing for Children & Young Adults residency is in full swing and I am here in Santa Fe feeling homesick. So I want to take this opportunity to talk about a fabulous new book … Continue reading

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Lyn Miller-Lachmann reviews Words In the Dust

Here‘s a link to Lyn Miller-Lachmann’s review of Trent Reedy‘s wonderful new novel Words in the Dust. Trent was a soldier in Afghanistan where he met a young girl living with a cleft palate. This story is his imagining of … Continue reading

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