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We’re a mock award blog speculating the potential results of the Stonewall Book Award – Mike Morgan & Larry Romans Children’s & Young Adult Literature Award.


 

176107541_10225503415356841_3213217890113021344_nAlec Chunn (he/him/his) is a librarian and book reviewer in the Pacific Northwest. He holds joint masters degrees in library science and children’s literature and served on the 2018 Rainbow Book List Committee and the 2021 Caldecott Committee. When he’s not reading books at storytime or to his partner, he reads them to his cats. When he’s not reading, he likes to try new hobbies and quickly abandon them. His opinions, thoughts, and arguments shared on this blog do not reflect the attitudes of any institutions with which he is affiliated nor the ALA GLBT Roundtable and its award/book list/reviews committees. You can find him on Twitter @thestoriesguy or email him at medalonmymind at gmail dot com.

198102040_10158320122282291_4453848363473887720_nKazia Berkley-Cramer (she/they) is a children’s librarian at a public library just outside of Boston. She holds a masters degrees in children’s literature and library science, reviews for Kirkus Reviews, and is part of the Reading While White team. They served on the 2019 Sibert Award Committee and the 2021 Stonewall Book Awards – Mike Morgan & Larry Romans Children’s & Young Adult Literature Award Committee. When they’re not reading, they can be found assembling the edges of jigsaw puzzles and snacking on pickles. Her opinions, thoughts, and arguments shared on this blog do not reflect the attitudes of any institution with which she is affiliated nor of the ALA Rainbow Roundtable and it’s award/book list/review committees. Find her on Twitter @mxrumphius or email her at medalonmymind at gmail dot com

 

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187972661_10165651978040284_213064328811410338_nAnastasia “Stacy” Collins (she/her/hers) is a research & instruction librarian in Boston. An avid Trekkie and Gorey devotee, she holds a masters in children’s literature and an MSLIS, reviews for Kirkus Reviews and Horn Book Magazine, and has a long, sordid history of forming opinions about narratives, queerness, and sundry. Her opinions, thoughts, and arguments shared on this blog do not reflect the attitudes of any institutions with which she is affiliated nor of the ALA GLBT Roundtable and its award/book list/reviews committees. Find her on Twitter @darkliterata or email her at medalonmymind at gmail dot com.