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Montana Festival of the Book 2012—this weekend, folks. Kick-off events begin this Thursday, October the 4th at 4:30 pm and continue through Sunday. I’m on a YA panel (with two other kick-ass Montana novelists) on Saturday at 2:30pm in the Holiday Inn Downtown. Would love to see you there. Would love, love, love it.
Yes: Missoula, yes.

Montana Festival of the Book 2012—this weekend, folks. Kick-off events begin this Thursday, October the 4th at 4:30 pm and continue through Sunday. I’m on a YA panel (with two other kick-ass Montana novelists) on Saturday at 2:30pm in the Holiday Inn Downtown. Would love to see you there. Would love, love, love it.

Yes: Missoula, yes.

Hey Oklahomans (and those Oklahoma-adjacent): I’ll be headed to Norman and OU this October to spend time with students and other writers there and to give a reading on Wednesday, October 24th. Come on out and see me, y’all.

Hey Oklahomans (and those Oklahoma-adjacent): I’ll be headed to Norman and OU this October to spend time with students and other writers there and to give a reading on Wednesday, October 24th. Come on out and see me, y’all.

BEA (Book Expo America) is just a few weeks away, and I’m especially looking forward to being a part of School Library Journal’s Day of Dialog on Monday, June 4th. I’ll be on the Debut Author panel along with R. J. Palacio, Wonder (Random House); J. Anderson Coats, The Wicked and the Just (Houghton Harcourt); and Ellis Weiner, The Templeton Twins Have an Idea (Chronicle).
(click the pic for the full lineup of DoD panels, presentations, and conversations)

BEA (Book Expo America) is just a few weeks away, and I’m especially looking forward to being a part of School Library Journal’s Day of Dialog on Monday, June 4th. I’ll be on the Debut Author panel along with R. J. Palacio, Wonder (Random House); J. Anderson Coats, The Wicked and the Just (Houghton Harcourt); and Ellis Weiner, The Templeton Twins Have an Idea (Chronicle).

(click the pic for the full lineup of DoD panels, presentations, and conversations)

Wicked excited to be a part of the 2012 NYC Teen Author Festival.
The entire schedule of events (panels, readings, signings, etc) looks phenomenal  (check it out by clicking the image above), but I’m especially thrilled to be part of the Reader’s Theater at the Union Square Barnes & Noble (33 E 17th St) on Friday March 30th from 7-8:30pm. Come out and see us. It’s gonna be good times.

Wicked excited to be a part of the 2012 NYC Teen Author Festival.

The entire schedule of events (panels, readings, signings, etc) looks phenomenal¬† (check it out by clicking the image above), but I’m especially thrilled to be part of the Reader’s Theater at the Union Square Barnes & Noble (33 E 17th St) on Friday March 30th from 7-8:30pm. Come out and see us. It’s gonna be good times.



Thrilled to announce that in June I’ll be back at the Nebraska Summer Writers Conference, held annually at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, but this time I’ll be there as faculty! I’m teaching a weekend Fiction Workshop focused on characterization on Saturday and Sunday June 9th & 10th, and will be reading from tMoCP on Monday, June 11th.
For more details or to register, click the lawn chair image.

Thrilled to announce that in June I’ll be back at the Nebraska Summer Writers Conference, held annually at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, but this time I’ll be there as faculty! I’m teaching a weekend Fiction Workshop focused on characterization on Saturday and Sunday June 9th & 10th, and will be reading from tMoCP on Monday, June 11th.

For more details or to register, click the lawn chair image.

I’ll be reading from tMoCP at Rhode Island College on Tuesday, February 28th from 6:30-8:00pm. (Well, let’s be real: I won’t actually be *reading* for the entirety of that time, but I will do some reading and also some Q&A-ing and some book signing—if anyone wants that—and some general chit-chatting about, you know, the book, fiction writing, eastern Montana, conversion therapy, dollhouse decorating: whatevs you wanna know.)
More deets if you click-the-crest

I’ll be reading from tMoCP at Rhode Island College on Tuesday, February 28th from 6:30-8:00pm. (Well, let’s be real: I won’t actually be *reading* for the entirety of that time, but I will do some reading and also some Q&A-ing and some book signing—if anyone wants that—and some general chit-chatting about, you know, the book, fiction writing, eastern Montana, conversion therapy, dollhouse decorating: whatevs you wanna know.)

More deets if you click-the-crest

On Thursday, February 9, 2012: Dave Madden and I will be reading from our respective debut books at Hendrix College in Arkansas. I’m wicked excited about that. (I’m also wicked excited about this awesome mashup of our book covers that someone infinitely more clever than I put together for the poster.)

On Thursday, February 9, 2012: Dave Madden and I will be reading from our respective debut books at Hendrix College in Arkansas. I’m wicked excited about that. (I’m also wicked excited about this awesome mashup of our book covers that someone infinitely more clever than I put together for the poster.)

I’m very excited to announce that on Monday, November 21st (2011), I’ll be in Chicago and on an author’s panel (along with the fantastic David Levithan—BOY MEETS BOY and other wonderful authors) talking tMoCP as part of the ALAN workshops. This panel is part of the session: ON BEYOND STONEWALL: YOUNG ADULT LITERATURE WITH LGBTQ CONTENT-PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE.  (Click the pic to get more info.)

I’m very excited to announce that on Monday, November 21st (2011), I’ll be in Chicago and on an author’s panel (along with the fantastic David Levithan—BOY MEETS BOY and other wonderful authors) talking tMoCP as part of the ALAN workshops. This panel is part of the session: ON BEYOND STONEWALL: YOUNG ADULT LITERATURE WITH LGBTQ CONTENT-PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE.¬†
(Click the pic to get more info.)

The no name reading series podcasts. John Chavez reads from his excellent poetry, and I read from my (mostly) silly short-short, based around this deliciously-dated “Li’l Miss Hostess Guide” from 1957.
(Click the image)

The no name reading series podcasts. John Chavez reads from his excellent poetry, and I read from my (mostly) silly short-short, based around this deliciously-dated “Li’l Miss Hostess Guide” from 1957.

(Click the image)