At least they’re out of the basement
A new study led by researchers from the WHO and Imperial College London in the UK finds that Ebola is more deadly for children aged 5 and under than older children and adults.
On the whole, educational attainment is rising among America's young adults. That trend holds true in the vast majority of large cities. But there could be one big exception lurking in the heart of the New South. Earlier today, I was...Show More Summary
Perhaps it's just a coincidence, that Ohio Republicans, after imposing new limits, have imposed a new hurdle on young adults who tend to also vote Democratic.
Why does John Green focus on the young adult genre? In an interview with The Huffington Post, Green feels that those within this age group exhibit great bravery in tackling difficult questions. Green explains: “I think we should credit teenagers with the way that they grapple with that. Show More Summary
Univision Network ranked No. 3 in primetime among Young Adults 18-34
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“The Ladies of Catville,” by Jamison Cole McLean, is the First Place winning story in the young adult fiction category for the Tenth Annual Writer’s Digest Popular Fiction Awards. For complete coverage of this year’s awards, including...Show More Summary
ABC Wins Monday with its Biggest Audience on the Night Since November
Long before The Bachelor and The Bachelorette exploited the desperation of emotionally-stunted young adults looking for love, there was Joe Millionaire. Series star Evan Marriott wasn't really named Joe and, more importantly, he wasn't really a millionaire. Show More Summary
In these five novels, the authors have murder on their minds, and no crime is too grisly, even for a YA audience. Column by Riki Cleveland Who says Young Adult literature has to be all love triangles and fluff? In these five novels, the authors have murder on their minds, and no crime is too grisly, even for a YA audience. Show More Summary
John Green, author of “The Fault in Our Stars” and other top-selling young adult novels, took to Twitter last week with a complaint about his cable package:
David Levithan is the author of several fiction books for young adults, including his first novel, Boy Meets Boy, which began as a love story penned for his friends for Valentine's Day. His Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist was adapted into a movie, and his latest book, Hold Me Closer, is out this month. Show More Summary
Lydia is seeking: adult, young adult and middle grade fiction, as well as nonfiction projects. Lydia is looking for timely plots inspired by the headlines, effortless magical realism, unreliable narrators, and mysteries/psychological thrillers set in small communities (no CIA/FBI/MI5, please). Show More Summary
If you write, you want to be read. If you speak, you want to be heard.
Today's young adults will make the lion's share of purchases over the next two decades. Adjust your portfolio accordingly.
From the return of the worst uncle ever, to a comic's campaign to get young people voting, here' our pick of what to watch this week.
Young adults again proved their box office might with teen franchise "The Divergent Series: Insurgent" opening to a studio-estimated $54 million in the U.S. and Canada.
“Insurgent,” the second of four planned films based on the best-selling "Divergent" young adult book trilogy, opened to $54 million -- slightly less than the first film of the series.
Bigfoot: Encounters Past To Present is an absolute must read for the young adult wanting more information on Bigfoot from an unbiased source. It starts with the famous 1884 case of Jacko from British Columiba and moves through over 100 year to the present with another fascinating case, a witness sees a Bigfoot near McMinnville, Oregon. Show More Summary