The Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA) has announced its list of 2014 Outstanding Books for the College Bound and Lifelong Learners, which is released only every five years, and I was thrilled to find not one but TWO of my novels on the list! More
If you’re headed to the AWP conference this week in Seattle, here is where you can find me… My panel is the first day, Thursday morning, and if you’re interested writing YA or children’s books, I hope you’ll join us: More
Earlier this month, you could find me high up in the Santa Cruz mountains of Northern California, not so far from San Francisco, at a beautiful artists’ sanctuary called the Djerassi Resident Artists Program. More
I will have a short story in an upcoming YA horror anthology called Slasher Girls & Monster Boys—with an incredible collection of authors! So excited! More
Now that I’m back from an insanely productive two-week residency at the MacDowell Colony last month, I’ll tell you what’s coming next with me:
Have you ever wanted to take a workshop from me… in person? Plus have retreat time to write new work in a beautiful location where other artists go to create? Plus, eat delicious food from an incredible chef (not me! I can’t cook!)? I am excited to tell you that THIS is happening and applications are now open:
I have been so excited to share this news with you… and now I can! This announcement just ran in Publishers Weekly: Elise Howard at Algonquin Young Readers has bought world rights to two new YA novels from Nova Ren Suma, author of Imaginary Girls and 17 & Gone.
I’m thrilled to announce that 17 & Gone will be published by Hardie Grant Egmont in Australia and New Zealand this July! And if you want to see the cover reveal for the ANZ edition of the book—it’s so haunting!—keep reading…
I’m excited to announce that—this is a milestone in my career—my novel 17 & Gone has sold rights to China! This is the first-ever time one of my books will be translated into another language, and I’m pretty thrilled.
This past weekend I was excited to be on the “Fantastic Teen Reads for Spring” panel at Books of Wonder, where I got the chance to read from 17 & Gone and also sign a massive amount of books for the store. More