Tae Keller is the author of The Science of Breakable Things and When You Trap a Tiger, which has received five star reviews. Tae grew up in Honolulu, Hawaii, where she danced hula and subsisted on kimchi and spam musubis. Now, she writes about biracial girls trying to find their voices, and lives in New York City with a multitude of books. If you'd like a first chapter critique from Tae, get it to us by January 30th.
Misa Seguriais the author of the award-winning It's Not Like It's A Secret (2017) and This Time Will Be Different (2019). She grew up in Chicago, but currently lives in Silicon Valley with her family. Misa used to teach high school English and has loved reading for as long as she can remember. If you'd like a first chapter critique from Misa, get it to us by February 29th.