Here's a preliminary list of books by Austin authors scheduled for publication in 2015! For previous years' (2010-2014) lists, click here: "Austin Authors and Illustrators." Note that titles and pub dates are subject to change.
Cynthia Leitich Smith (Candlewick, Spring 2015).
THINGS I'LL NEVER SAY: SHORT STORIES ABOUT OUR SECRET SELVES, by Ann Angel (ed.)(Candlewick, Spring 2015)(with pieces by Cynthia Leitich Smith and Varian Johnson)
VIOLENT ENDS, by Shaun David Hutchinson (ed.)(Simon Pulse, Fall 2015), with piece by Cynthia Leitich Smith
UTOPIA, IOWA, by Brian Yansky (Candlewick 2015).
SMOKED, by Mari Mancusi (Sourcebooks Fire, Fall 2015).
KISSING IN AMERICA, by Margo Rabb (HarperTeen Spring 2015).
ANYWHERE BUT PARADISE, by Anne Bustard (Egmont, Spring 2015).
CHRONAL ENGINE: BORROWED TIME, by Greg Leitich Smith (Clarion/Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Fall 2015).
COLONIAL MADNESS, by Jo Whittemore (Aladdin/Simon & Schuster, Spring 2015).
WATCH OUT FOR FLYING KIDS, by Cynthia Levinson (Peachtree 2015).
THE GREAT GOOD SUMMER, by Liz Garton Scanlon (Beach Lane/Simon & Schuster 2015).
HOUSE ARREST, by K.A. Holt (Chronicle Books, Fall 2015).
THE LOST TRACK OF TIME, by Paige Britt (Scholastic, Spring 2015).
DINOSAUR BOY, by Cory Putnam Oakes (Sourcebooks 2015).
WISH GIRL, by Nikki Loftin (Razorbill/Penguin, February 2015).
THE CURIOUS WORLD OF CALPURNIA TATE, by Jacqueline Kelly (Henry Holt/Macmillan, July 2015).
STEP RIGHT UP: THE STORY OF BEAUTIFUL JIM KEY AND THE MAN WHO CHANGED THE WORLD, by Donna Janell Bowman (Lee & Low 2015).
THE NUTCRACKER COMES TO AMERICA: HOW THREE BALLET-LOVING BROTHERS CREATED A HOLIDAY TRADITION, by Chris Barton, ill. by tbd. (Millbrook 2015).
POET; THE REMARKABLE STORY OF GEORGE MOSES HORTON OF CHAPEL HILL, by Don Tate (Peachtree 2015).
IN THE CANYON, by Liz Garton Scanlon (Beach Lane/S&S, Summer 2015).
WHAT THIS STORY NEEDS IS A PIG IN A WIG, by Emma Virjan (Harper Children's, 2015).
THE AMAZING AGE OF JOHN ROY LYNCH, by Chris Barton, ill. by Don Tate (Eerdmans 2014).
TWELVE COWBOYS ROPIN', by Susan Kralovansky (Pelican, Fall 2015).