Episode 52! Where the Women Are: Tough Questions About the Gender Disparities in Children’s Publishing, by Emma Walton Hamilton
Welcome to episode 52 of our kidlitwomen* podcast! Every week this podcast will feature an essay about an issue in the children's literature community (Monday) and a discussion about the essay (Wednesday).
In this episode, we feature the essay, “Where the Women Are: Tough Questions About the Gender Disparities in Children’s Publishing” by Emma Walton Hamilton. You can read Emma’s essay HERE.
About Emma Walton Hamilton
EMMA WALTON HAMILTON is a best-selling children’s book author, editor, producer and arts educator. With her mother, actress/author Julie Andrews, Emma has co-authored over thirty children’s books, eight of which have been on the NY Times Bestseller list, including The Very Fairy Princess series (#1 Bestseller), Julie Andrews Collection of Poems, Songs and Lullabies, the Dumpy the Dump Truck series, Simeon’s Gift, The Great American Mousical, and Thanks to You – Wisdom from Mother and Child. She serves as the Editorial Director for The Julie Andrews Collection publishing program, dedicated to quality books for young readers that nurture the imagination and celebrate a sense of wonder. See more about Emma at her website www.emmawaltonhamilton.com