A podcast about reading and writing middle grade novels utilizing ninja stealth and skill. Rob Kent interviews fellow authors and various publishing professionals to discuss the craft and business of producing middle grade and young adult novels.

To watch new episodes as they air, go to YouTube and subscribe.

Middle Grade Ninja is available on SoundcloudStitcheritunesPodbeanPodblasterRadioPublicblubrryListen NotesGoogle Play, and many other fine locations.

If you're a writer or a publishing professional interested in appearing on the podcast, email me at Bannekerbones [at] gmail [dot] com.

Scheduled Conversations
(subject to change, new episode released every Saturday)

November 5: Author Mariama Lockington 12:30 pm
November 7: Author Stefani Deoul 9:00 am
November 7: Author Lance Rubin 1:00 pm
November 12: Author K.A. Reynolds 11:00 am
November 20: Author Shauna Holyoak 7:30 pm
November 21 Author Jennifer Voigt Kaplan 9:30 am
November 21: Editor Lauren Smulski 12:00 pm
December 12: Author Erin Bow 12:00 pm
December 12: Literary Agent Allison Hellegers 7:30 pm
December 17: Author Jillian Boehme 9:00 am
February 13: Author Kaela Noel 11:00 am
March 24: Author Rob Harrell 11:00 am
February 6: Author Avi 12:00 pm
February 24: Author Mitali Perkins 1:00 pm

Episode 29: Author M.G. Hennessey

Episode 30: Author Debbie Dadey

Episode 31: Literary Agent Jennifer Mattson

Episode 32: Editor Molly Cusick

Episode 33: Author Kate Hannigan

Episode 34: Author Allan Woodrow

Episode 36: Author Sharon M Draper

Episode 37: Dan Gutman

Episode 38: Author Thomas Taylor

Episode 39: Public Relations Expert Claire McKinney

Episode 40: Author Annie Sullivan

Episode 41: Author John Claude Bemis

Episode 42: Author Gregg Millman

Episode 43: Literary Agent Carrie Pestritto

Episode 44: Author Francesca Zappia

Episode 45: Author Alicia D. Williams

Episode 46: Author Nancy Richardson Fischer

Episode 47: Author Shamim Sarif

Episode 25: Literary Agent Christa Heschke

Episode 49: Author Mira Bartók

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