Out of Our League

Posted January 21, 2024 in Current Tours, Young Adult / 0 Comments

Hello friends!

Welcome to our tour for Out of Our League! This anthology is a collection of stories from 10+ amazing writers all centered around girls in sports! There’s bound to be a story for everyone in here!

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Book Info

Out of Our League

edited by Dalhia Adler & Jennifer Iacopelli
Release Date: January 23, 2023
Publisher: Feiwel & Friends (Macmillan Kids)
Genre: anthology, sports, LGBTQ+

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Synopsis

A compelling YA anthology from editors Dahlia Adler and Jennifer Iacopelli about the trials and triumphs of girls in sports.

Ambition. Drive. Determination. Talent. Courage. Teamwork.

Every athlete knows what it takes to win. But for teen female players, the stakes are so much higher. In this anthology, the voices of these athletes come alive, highlighting the ferocity of those who are often shunted to the side. From navigating rampant misogyny to forging a sisterhood through sweat or just reveling in the love of the game, the stories in Out of Our League address the phenomenal physical and emotional power of teenage athletes as they compete, persevere, and thrive, on and off the field.

About the Editors

Dahlia Adler (she/her) is an editor by day, a freelance writer by night, and an author and anthologist at every spare moment in between. She is the founder of LGBTQReads.com; her novels include Kids’ Indie Next picks Cool for the SummerHome Field Advantage, and Going Bicoastal; and she is the editor of the anthologies His Hideous HeartThat Way Madness LiesAt Midnight, and, with Jennifer Iacopelli, Out of Our League (forthcoming from Feiwel & Friends). Dahlia lives in New York with her family and an obscene number of books.
photo credit to Maggie Hall. Bio courtesy of https://dahliaadler.com/
Jennifer Iacopelli was born in New York and has no plans to leave, ever. Growing up, she read everything she could get her hands on and now as a high school librarian, she frolics all day with her students, books, and computers and writes at night while cheering on her beloved Yankees. Jennifer is the author of the Game. Set. Match.Losing at LoveBreak the Fall and Finding Her Edge, as well as the co-editor, with Dahlia Adler, of Out of Our League.​
photo credit to Madison More. Bio courtesy of https://jenniferiacopelli.com/about
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