So, hey — hi!

I did a TON of traveling in 2013, so 2014 will be a little calmer. But there’s still a good chance I’ll make it to your part of the country.

I’ll update this page as I confirm things. If you follow me on Twitter, Tumblr or Facebook, I’m usually pretty good at announcing things there …

If we’re going  to miss each other, but you’d still like a signed book, you can order a personalized copy of any of my books from my hometown bookstore, The Bookworm. Make sure to make a note of whom the book should be signed for.


Thursday, May 8th at 7 p.m.
In conversation with Elaine Lui of Lainey Gossip and author of Listen to the Squawking Chicken
Toronto Public Library
Northern District Branch
40 Orchard View Blvd.

Books will be for sale, and you can bring your books from home to have signed.


JULY 10-14

So THRILLED to be coming back to the UK!
Most of these events are ticketed, so if you want to be there for sure, get your ticket now.

Thursday 10th July
 – 6.30pm
Ticketed author talk and book signing
153-157 Sauchiehall Street
Glasgow   G2 3EW
T: 0141 332 9105
Tickets are available from the shop at £3/£2 Waterstones Cardholders

Friday 11th July
 – 6:30pm
Ticketed author talk and book signing
12 College Lane
Liverpool   L1 3DL
T. 0151 709 9820
Tickets are available from the shop at £3/£2 Waterstones Cardholders

Saturday 12th July – from 12noon
YA Lit Con at London Film & Comic Con
Author panel event and book signing
Earls Court 2, Earls Court Exhibition Centre
Warwick Road
London    SW5 9TA
For tickets and further information visit: http://www.londonfilmandcomiccon.com/

Sunday 13th July
 – 2pm
Book signing
2a The Hayes
Cardiff   CF10 1WB
T: 029 2066 5606
This signing will not be ticketed. Please arrive early to avoid disappointment.

Monday 14th July
 – 6:30pm
Ticketed author talk and book signing
203/206 Piccadilly
London   W1J 9HD
Tickets available from: Waterstones.com/tickets £5/£3 Waterstones Cardholders (includes refreshments)


July 30-August 3rd

This is my favorite convention. It started as a Harry Potter fandom convention, and now it’s a fandom-fandom convention. And there’s a really great Young Adult literature track. You can buy your tickets and get more details here.


July 8, 2014 — U.S. release of LANDLINE
(St. Martin’s Press)

Rainbow on the Web

A review of Fangirl that I especially love by Emily Nordling on Tor.com

Deconstructing Fangirl with Joy Piedmont on the School Library Journal blog

A really fun conversation about Fangirl with s.e. smith on xoJane.com

Maybe my favorite Q&A so far, with Elision: On fandom, music and writing

Publishers Weekly interview: Is true love real? Is Park a fantasy? (I really like phone interviews.)

BookPages: Extremely well-written profile/Eleanor & Park review

A letter to my 16-year-old self on Dear Teen Me

USA Today: Quick Attachments Q&A with Craig Wilson

Guest blog at Novel Sounds: Five songs that changed my life

Deep thoughts about the Eleanor & Park cover with That Cover Girl

Ridiculous Attachments Q&A with Reading Rambo

Extra insightful Attachments Q&A with Bethany Actually