Cinderella Is Dead

Kalynn Bayron: Author of Cinderella Is Dead

Collage of Kalynn Bayron's author photo and the cover photo of Cinderella is Dead

Every industry has been impacted by COVID-19, but what are the implications for a debut author? In this interview, Kalynn Bayron, the Black, queer author of Cinderella Is Dead, shares what it was like to promote her book this summer, against the backdrop of the BlackLivesMatter movement. Cinderella Is Dead is a feminist, YA remix of "Cinderella," which takes place 200 years after the story we know.

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