Believe it or not, Ripley, but some crazy kind people have interviewed me about writing and books.

This page is a sort of shout out to them. Their blogs, ezines and websites are amazing places to learn about writers and writing.

The Edge of The Forest’s Kelly Fineman has a long interview here where we discuss labeling teens, epilepsy stereotypes, and duct tape:

Kelly also has bonus material on her super cool website:

Cynthia Leitich Smith, interviewer, writer, and Vermont College faculty member honored me with this interview here.

The Ellsworth American interviews me here.

The Bedford Cabinet, another newspaper, interviews me and talks about my middle school influence:

More interested in titles, toilets and if I can play guitar? Check out Little Willow’s blog at:

Jennifer Wardrip’s fantastic website teenreadstoo has a million authors and reviews and interviews and contests. Who doesn’t love the chance to win free stuff? You can check it out here:

Bruce Black and I sit on the beach and talk about revision and craft on his stunningly brilliant wordswimmer blog.

The super cool author Sarah Beth Durst interviewed me about fairy tales at her blog/website right here. I was terribly honored to be the first in her series of interviews.

And yes, I did once have a Bahama Mama hairdo. Author Laura Bowers gets the whole truth out of me, one tiny braid at a time.

Devyn of The Faerie Drink Review decides to ask the hard questions, like what my shoes’ day is like.

 L.K. Madigan discovers I am a water whore here.
The Class of 2k7 has debut author interviews. Mine is here:

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