Meet the Author: Rebecca Podos

Rebecca PodosRebecca Podos is a graduate of the Writing, Literature, and Publishing Program at Emerson College. Her fiction has been published in Glimmer Train, Glyph, CAJE, Paper Darts, Bellows American Review, Smokelong Quarterly, and The Knicknackery. Rebecca is an MG and YA agent at the Rees Literary Agency in Boston.

Rebecca’s debut novel, THE MYSTERY OF HOLLOW PLACES (HarperCollins Children’s, Balzer + Bray, Spring 2016), is a Young Adult contemporary. Imogene Scott, the daughter of a bestselling mystery writer, was raised on stories of troubled detectives whose only super power was their tireless search for the truth. When her father goes missing, she sets out to find him using the skills she’s learned from his books. Along the way, Immy uncovers truths about the mother who left her years before, and about the loneliness that’s marked the family for generations.

Fun facts:

  • Favorite book growing up: THE GIVER by Lois Lowry
  • Childhood aspiration: A writer! Or a mineralogist.
  • Book currently reading/most recently read: STARGIRL by Jerry Spinelli
  • Favorite sports teams: The Colorado Rockies. Remember Rocktober!
  • Surprising personal fact: She possesses no wisdom teeth. She never had them at all. She is the next stage in evolution.
  • Greatest thing about being a 2016 debut author: She gets to be ’16 bookshelf buddies with some of her amazing authors, like Ashley Herring Blake and Kenneth Logan!

Where to find her:

Twitter | Facebook | Goodreads | Add Book 

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One thought on “Meet the Author: Rebecca Podos

  1. Cool books. Cool clients. So glad to have you in the Sweet Sixteens! I’m all kinds of excited about THE MYSTERY OF HOLLOW PLACES.

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