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Big Sky The Night Window The Cactus Wilder Girls The Adventure Zone: Murder on the Rockport Limited!
We Fed an Island Simple How It Feels to Float Summer of ‘69 The Library Book
Panic Grit Bridge of Clay The Night Circus Quiet


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Twisted Fire in the Star The Women in Black The Last Day Rumi’s Riddle Yeah, No. Not Happening. It Sounded Better In My Head Fairy Unicorn Wishes The Shadow Arts If She Wakes
The Great Concert of the Night The Big Lie Scavenge the Stars Too Close to Home The War on Wheels The Fate of a Flapper This Light Between Us The Alcazar Sea Wife Havenfall

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Four InkWell Titles Shortlisted for Ethel Turner Prize for Young People’s Literature

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A Note from InkWell

  • March 20, 2020
Hello from InkWell. First and foremost, we hope this note finds you and yours in good physical, emotional and spiritual health, despite the stresses and strains brought upon all of us by the coronavirus pandemic. We want you to know that InkWell’s operations have continued uninterrupted. Beginning this past Thursday, our entire staff began working remotely. We are making new deals, servicing your contracts, and processing incoming and outgoing payments. All snail mail is being opened and inbound calls are being answered. We are closely monitoring the impact of COVID-19 on the publishing industry and will be in touch with updates to help answer your questions and address your concerns. It is our goal to be a continued source of stability in these disruptive and disturbing times.