Tag Archives: Kevin Emerson

May 09

DRIFTERS: Holding onto Friendships in the Time of Isolation by Kevin Emerson

At the center of Drifters, my new middle grade novel that features multiple universes and a multi-century plot, is a very small story about two 13-year-olds who fell out of friendship, and about what it takes to get that friendship back. It’s the part of the story that I’m most proud of. It’s also the very […]

February 17

Don’t Give Up on the Anthonys by Kevin Emerson

The truth is, I gave up on the Anthonys. Almost every time. We’d get to the middle of the school year and I’d think, fine, you don’t want to make the effort? I’ll focus on the kids who actually care.   Maybe you’ve been there. I’d bet that everyone who’s worked in education has felt […]