The January/February 2021 issue of The Horn Book Magazine featured two pieces by by CCBC librarians:
- “CCBC Diversity Statistics: New Categories, New Data” by Madeline Tyner looks at our diversity statistics for 2019
- “Sometimes You Have to Lie: A Conversation with Leslie Brody” by Kathleen T. Horning is an interview with Brody about her research for her book Sometimes You Have to Lie: The Life and Times of Louise Fitzhugh, Renegade Author of Harriet the Spy (Seal Press)
In other outlets, the CCBC’s diversity statistics have been recently mentioned/cited by:
- Children’s book editor Rosemary Brosnan, who noted the impact of the CCBC’s diversity statistics on her work in a discussion with author Cynthia Leitich Smith about their new HarperCollins publishing imprint, Heartdrum, in the Bookpage interview “Native Creatives: Behind the Scenes at Heartdrum.”
- Associate Professor
- Author Linda Sue Park, in a video presentation in which she discusses “the scarcity myth,” showing the breakdown of who is getting published by broad identity categories. Her use of CCBC data includes a graph created by librarian Madeline Tyner, animated by author/illustrator Grace Lin.