The British and American paperback
editions of Dying to Know You have been published in
Random House UK Definitions series, and in Abrams Amulet Books,
The German edition of Dying to
Know You (Worts sind nicht meine Sprache), translated by
Thomas Gunkel, has been published by Knesebeck.
A new simplified Chinese translation
of Dance on My Grave has been published by Hunan Literature
and Art Publishing House.
The Making of Modern Children's
Literature in Britain: Publishing and Criticism in the 1960s
and 1970s by Lucy Pearson, Lecturer in Children's Literature
at Newcastle University (Ashgate Publishing, 2013) compares
in substantial chapters the work of Kaye Webb with Penguin Puffins
and my work with the Macmillan Topliners.
My own iPad app, TABLET TALES, is
a portal to some of my new writing, especially for the iPad,
along with eight essays and articles, and a few of my currently
out of print books, revised and presented as eBooks. For more
information go to TABLET
contents are ©Aidan Chambers unless otherwise stated.