millrace. I had a gorgeous time meeting everyone there, and not just because there was totally delicious catering (but there was!) Also, apparently I was featured on table-toppers around town (a first, as far as I know!) AND, a slide before the movies at the local movie theatre (definitely a first.) A big thank you to everyone who came out last night!
More Seriously Wicked cool things:
Flattered to be on this School Library Journal list of funny YA novels.
There is a lovely interview with Julia Rios in the middle of this month's Uncanny podcast (and I'm not saying that just because she mentions SW - it's really a great interview that talks a lot about diversity in YA and the antho she co-edited with Alisa Krasnostein, Kaleidoscope.
Interview with me for the Stayton newspaper by the fab Annette Utz.
Some nice reviews from Book Cat Pin, Lamplit Reviews, and Novel Heartbeat, and Rickus Bookshelf puts Seriously Wicked on a Top Ten List of books they'd love to see as movies (you and me both!)
YA-Landia at Barnes & Noble in Beaverton tomorrow with Ali Berman, Fonda Lee, Paula Stokes, and Mary Elizabeth Summer! Last Portland-area event!