Lindsay H. Metcalf is a children’s author, poet, and award-winning journalist who will debut with two nonfiction picture books in fall 2020. She is the co-editor, along with Keila V. Dawson and Jeanette Bradley, of NO VOICE TOO SMALL: FOURTEEN YOUNG AMERICANS MAKING HISTORY, a poetic anthology from Charlesbridge that’s illustrated by Bradley and features fourteen contemporary young activists, each spotlighted by a well-known poet. Subjects include literacy activist Marley Dias, water protector Jasilyn Charger, Scout for Equality founder Zach Wahls, and immigration reformer Viridiana Sanchez Santos. Contributors include Nikki Grimes, Joseph Bruchac, Lesléa Newman, and Guadalupe García McCall. Lindsay is also the author of TRACTORS ON PARADE: PLANTING A MOVEMENT, FROM THE HEARTLAND’S FARMS TO THE NATION’S CAPITAL (Calkins Creek, fall 2020). Lindsay lives in Kansas with her husband, two elementary-aged sons, two cats, and a flop-eared dog. She is represented by Emily Mitchell at Wernick and Pratt Agency. You can sign up for updates at lindsayhmetcalf.com/newsletter and on Twitter @lindsayhmetcalf.