50 min

Taylor Tyng on Turning a Dreamstarter into a Middle Grade Series Middle Grade Matters

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On this episode, author Taylor Tyng talks about his debut middle grade novel Clara Poole and the Long Way 'Round, being a dyslexic reader and writer, what it's like to write a series, and dreamstarters.


Books and music mentioned in this episode include: 
Clara Poole and the Long Way 'Round, by Taylor TyngClara Poole and the Wrong Way Up, by Taylor Tyng (forthcoming)Story Engineering, by Larry BrooksThe Phantom Tollbooth, by Norton JusterOrphan Island, by Laurel SchneiderCircus Mirandus, by Cassie BeasleyAbbott: https://music.apple.com/us/album/somnia/1574908913
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Consider buying your books from the Middle Grade Matters Bookshop, where proceeds support this podcast as well as independent bookstores everywhere.

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On this episode, author Taylor Tyng talks about his debut middle grade novel Clara Poole and the Long Way 'Round, being a dyslexic reader and writer, what it's like to write a series, and dreamstarters.


Books and music mentioned in this episode include: 
Clara Poole and the Long Way 'Round, by Taylor TyngClara Poole and the Wrong Way Up, by Taylor Tyng (forthcoming)Story Engineering, by Larry BrooksThe Phantom Tollbooth, by Norton JusterOrphan Island, by Laurel SchneiderCircus Mirandus, by Cassie BeasleyAbbott: https://music.apple.com/us/album/somnia/1574908913
I love audiobooks! If you do, too, consider switching to Libro.fm. For the same price as other major audiobook providers, you can find all your favorites as well as curated lists of audiobooks written by or recommended by guests of the Middle Grade Matters podcast. Click here to learn more!
Consider buying your books from the Middle Grade Matters Bookshop, where proceeds support this podcast as well as independent bookstores everywhere.

For bonus content and info on upcoming episodes, subscribe to the Middle Grade Matters newsletter here: Newsletter, and follow Middle Grade Matters on Instagram and Twitter.

If you're enjoying this podcast, please be sure to follow us and please leave us a review.

50 min