Sex, Language and Harlequin TEEN

Today on Librarily Blonde you’ll find a guest post by Harlequin TEEN Senior Editor, Natashya Wilson. I’ve mentioned the new Harlequin Teen imprint here once or twice already.  Here, Wilson addresses some of the questions that librarians might be asked about the series’ content, particularly in terms of sex and “bad” language.  She also invites the blog’s readers to weigh in on sex and language in YA:

“What do you think is acceptable, how do you gauge the appropriateness of a read for your purposes?”

Head over to Librarily Blonde to read the full post.


Posted on August 17, 2009, in by Erin and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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