YA and children’s book authors seem to be canceling their own books before they can be called out for “problematic” decisions by a Twitter outrage mob. A children’s book author took issue with a “racially insensitive” illustration of an Asian girl included in his book… one that was approved his by Asian-American publisher. Now he’s calling for bookstores to remove the books from shelves himself. Is he just trying to avoid someone else canceling him? This seems to be a thing with comic book creators, too.
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