Judy Blume

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'The Believer' Captures a Conversation Between Judy Blume & Lena Dunham - Posted December 9, 2013
The Believer, a McSweeney's publication, has created a mini-book featuring a conversation between ... [GalleyCat]

How To Get a Kid To Read Judy Blume Book - Posted June 12, 2013
Novelist Judy Blume took to Reddit to answer questions from readers this week. A middle school teacher asked how to get her kids to read Blume's classic work and asked how Blume felt about the popularity of YA s... [GalleyCat]

Judy Blume Talks Screenwriting and Adapting 'Tiger Eyes' to the Silver Screen - Posted June 7, 2013
In Tiger Eyes, Judy Blume's new movie based on her 1981 novel - check that, her first movie - the best-selling author collaborated with her son and filmmaker, ... [TVNewser]

Judy Blume: 'You cannot write with a censor on your shoulder' - Posted May 24, 2013
Last night, Judy Blume and her son Lawrence Blume appeared in New York City at a special promotional event for the film Tige... [GalleyCat]

'Tiger Eyes' Official Trailer Released - Posted May 23, 2013
An official trailer for the Tiger Eyes film adaptation has been released. The trailer includes a first look at Willa Holland as Davey and Tatanka Means as Wolf. We've embedded the video... [semanticweb.com]

Readers & Writers Celebrate Judy Blume's Birthday - Posted February 12, 2013
The National Coalition Against Censorship (NCAC) has collected birthday wishes for the legendary author, Judy Blume. The Giver author Lois Lowry, former National Ambassador of Young P... [GalleyCat]

Judy Blume Shares Her Breast Cancer Battle - Posted September 5, 2012
Novelist Judy Blume published a long post today about her recent battle with breast cancer. "Medical diagnoses can leave you feeling alone and scared," wrote Blume, telling her story to help other women th... [GalleyCat]

Twitter Outage Slows the Literary Internets - Posted June 21, 2012
Wondering why you are so productive today? Twitter users (including this GalleyCat editor) reported problems earlier this afternoon. UPDATE: Twitter returned to normal but the event was caused by a "cascaded bug" that disrupted the site... [GalleyCat]

Phyllis Grann To Retire from Doubleday - Posted May 23, 2011
Editor Phyllis Grann will retire from her position at Doubleday. In a letter written by editor-in-chief Sonny Mehta, he praised Grann "as a brilliant editor and savvy businesswoman." Grann has worked in publishing for four decades. Prior to Doubleday, she held editorial positions at Willia... [GalleyCat]

Jay-Z Scattered, Judy Blume Adapted & Hobbits Cast: Weekend Reading - Posted October 22, 2010
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Judy Blume Writes Tiger Eyes Script; Her Son Will Direct - Posted October 19, 2010
Children's author Judy Blume has written a script for Tiger Eyes, turning her YA novel into a feature film. Her son Lawrence co-wrote the s... [GalleyCat]

Writers Rock The (Too Young To) Vote - Posted September 19, 2008
Young adult authors -- like Judy Blume Meg Cabot, Holly Black, ... [FishbowlLA]

Where the Poets, Actors, Playwrights Etc., Are - Posted July 29, 2008
The night Max wore his wolf suit and made mischief of one kind and another his mother called him "Wild Thing!" and Max said "I'LL EAT YOU UP!" so he was sent to bed without eating anything.We're not suggesting you need to dress up like a wolf (don't let us stop... [Fishbowl NY]

Where the Poets, Actors, Playwrights Etc., Are - Posted July 29, 2008
The night Max wore his wolf suit and made mischief of one kind and another his mother called him "Wild Thing!" and Max said "I'LL EAT YOU UP!" so he was sent to bed without eating anything.We're not suggesting you need to dress up like a wolf (don't let us stop... [FishbowlNY]

Marketing to Teens is Tricky - Posted April 2, 2007
The Wall Street Journal's Jeff Trachtenberg picks up on the growing popularity of young adult fiction, but also of the accompanying problem when a book straddles the young and adult line - and who then is the primary market. Take Larry Doyle, author of ... [GalleyCat]

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