Voices from the Intersection pitching opportunity for YA authors!

My friend Rebecca Lim is the brainchild of this wonderful opportunity for authors with diverse voices to pitch their ideas to a whole spectrum of publishers (listed in the flyer!)


The idea is that we need more YA books that depict different life experiences and perspectives - so if you are a writer of YA books, or an emerging writer, this is your opportunity!


For all enquiries please email voicesfromtheintersection@gmail.com. 



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