Winter/Spring 2013 Events Are Here!
As promised, more dates! I’ll be adding more dates in the fall for JUST ONE YEAR.
Tuesday, April 16th, 7 pm.
NYC: McNally Jackson Books
A Conversation With Me and Julie Strauss-Gabel.
This is your once-in-a-lifetime chance to get me and Julie, the tremendous editor of my and some other authors you might know (Ally Condie, Adam Gidwitz, John Green, Stephanie Perkins…) in a room together. I’ll talk and sign and maybe even read a teaser from Just One Year. Details here.
Sunday, April 21st, noon
LA, CA: LA Times Festival of Books
Panel Discussion: Call Me, Maybe?
With Robin Benway, Sarah Dessen, Morgan Mattson and Holly Goldberg Sloan (Moderator)
Monday, April 22nd, 7 p.m
Burbank, CA: Burbank Public Library
Reading and signing. Details here.
Wednesday May 1-Saturday May 4th
Kansas City, MO: Romantic Times Booklovers’ Convention
Specific panels and events TBA. Check for details.
Wednesday panel: “A Kiss is Never Just a Kiss”: Romance in
WithStephanie Perkins, Cynthia Hand, Tara Hudson, Gayle Forman, Josephine Angelini and Aprilynne Pike (moderator).
Thursday panel: Bookseller & Librarian: Where Do We Go From Here?
With Heather Brewer, Aprillyne Pike, Eve Silver and Kelley Armstrong (moderator)
Friday panel: “Let’s Get Serious”: Tackling Issues in YA
With C. J. Omolulu, Gayle Forman, Stephanie Kuehnert, Jackie Kessler, Sara Zarr and Rosemary Clement-Moore (moderator).
Saturday panel: Feeding The Fire: Conflict And Action in YA
With Leigh Bardugo, Colleen Houck, Maureen Johnson, Richelle Mead and Kelley Armstrong (moderator).
Friday, May 17th, 6 p.m.
NYC: Girls Write Now
Catch me and a fabulous teen author reading together. Details here.
Sydney Events TBA
Melbourne, Reading Matters Conference
Thursday, May 30th, 10 a.m: Student Day. Presentation on something fabulous provocative and funny.
Friday, May 31st, 9:15 a.m. Panel Discussion. Action: Me, Tim Sinclair and Raina Telgemeier discuss the highs and lows of teen life.
Saturday June 1st, 3 p.m.
Panel Discussion. Unleashing YA: Me, Morris Gleitzman and Keith Gray on adult encroachment in YA.