Don't Mourn JK Rowling's Young-Adult Fiction Career Yet - The Atlantic | college research | Scoop.it

Rowling isn't the first beloved young-adult novelist to transition into adult fiction. And the good news is that if we take a look at other beloved children's authors who seemingly "graduated" into the world of adult literature, we find that they frequently—more often than not, even—return to children's literature, sometimes permanently and sometimes as a parallel career.

 

 


Via Eric Bateman