It’s been six months since Metonymy published its first children’s book, and the enthusiasm readers young and old show for Dear Black Girls isn’t waning.
Author, educator, and literary translator Kama La Mackerel discusses the story behind their debut collection of decolonial lyric poetry.
‘I wanted to write through an emotionally complex teen character’: An interview with Metonymy author Addie Tsai
To mark Dear Twin’s release, we asked author Addie Tsai to discuss her creative process and the story behind what Kai Cheng Thom calls this “loving subversion of the YA genre.”
Hazel Jane Plante is a queer trans librarian and writer. Little Blue Encyclopedia (for Vivian) is her first novel. She currently lives in Vancouver on… Read More »‘We need delight to keep us going’: an interview with Metonymy’s latest author, Hazel Jane Plante