Category Archives: Diversity in YA

Discussion and analysis of diversity in young adult books.

Cover Reveal: Ink and Ashes 

Cover reveal for INK AND ASHES by Valynne E. Maetani, Tu Books’ first New Visions Award winner.

Out Today: Rose Eagle

Tu Books is excited to announce the release of its first e-novella: ROSE EAGLE, prequel to the award-winning KILLER OF ENEMIES.

Recap: Diversity Panels at New York Comic Con 2014

Tu Books Publisher Stacy Whitman recaps the Geeks of Color Go Pro and Women of Color in Comics panels from New York Comic Con 2014.

Thirteen Scary YA Books: Diverse Edition

A list of thirteen YA horror novels, all featuring diverse characters or by diverse authors.

M.K. Hutchins Blog Tour: On Mythology, Maya Culture, & More!

Learn more about debut author M.K. Hutchins (DRIFT), mythology, and worldbuilding with this series of posts for her DRIFT blog tour.

Out today: Drift and Rebellion

Tu Books is excited to announce the recent release of two new YA books today: DRIFT, by M.K. Hutchins, and REBELLION, by Karen Sandler.

Submit Your Novel to Our New Visions Award for New Authors of Color

Submissions are now OPEN for Tu Book’s New Visions Award, a writing contest for middle grade or young adult fantasy, science fiction, or mystery novels by a writer of color.

Reaching All Readers: New Multicultural Books for Children & Teens

Join LEE & LOW BOOKS, Booklist, and several other diverse publishers for a webinar today at 2:00 pm EST.

Cover Design 101: Drift

The cover reveal for Drift, our new YA high fantasy story coming in May!

Cover Design 101: Rebellion (Book 3 in the Tankborn trilogy)

In this Cover Design 101 post, Tu Books Publisher Stacy Whitman shares the process of creating the cover of Rebellion (Book 3 in the Tankborn trilogy)