This week on the Kidlit Distancing Social, Gabriela Pereira, founder of DIYMFA, joins us for an inspiring discussion on the power of community for writers, and how to become more connected.

Laura also checks in with an update about the impact of the current situation on the publishing world, and we celebrate the successes of three Children’s Book Insider subscribers. And our poll question this week: Which kidlit author will still be widely read 100 years from now?

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