Media

 

Here is a sampling of some articles/audio/video in which I somehow take part. I don't know what nefarious need you might have for these, but here they are.

 

Some articles ABOUT Me (OR THAT I AM IN)

Maureen Johnson: The Queen of Teen Publishers Weekly, February 25, 2013

YA A to Z: Maureen Johnson School Library Journal, November 14, 2014

13 Little Blue Envelopes named as one of NPR's 100 Best-Ever Teen Novels, August 7, 2012

NPR's Best Books of 2013 (featuring The Madness Underneath)

The Go-To Book Bloggers Publishers Weekly, May 19, 2014

"What I Read" from The Wire, April 3, 2013

Status Update: Maureen Johnson The Guardian, September 27, 2013

Interview for The Madness Underneath USA Today, March 21, 2013

Maureen Johnson Wins Queen of Teen, The Guardian, July 6, 2012

140 Best Twitter Feeds of 2011, Time Magazine, March 28, 2011

 

ARTICLES FOCUSING ON COVERLFLIP

Huffington Post May 7, 2013

The Guardian May 9, 2013

Wired May 7, 2013

Daily Mail May 10, 2013

The New Yorker May 7, 2013

School Library Journal July 16, 2013

 

SOME ARTICLES I HAVE WRITTEN

Let J.K. Rowling's magic dispel prejudice against her "proper adult novel"  The Guardian, February 27, 2012 

Yes, teen fiction can be dark--but it shows teens they aren't alone. The Guardian, June 8, 2011 

Review: Marie Lu's "The Young Elites" The New York Times, November 6, 2014

Film review: Young Adult. The Huffington Post, December 9, 2011

 

AUDIO

I was featured on The Nerdist Writers Panel, if you would like to hear me talk for an hour.

If that wasn't long enough, here is me talking for an hour and a half with Janet Varney on the JV Club podcast.

My debate with Wall Street Journal critic Meghan Cox Gurdon on "darkness" in YA novels on NPR.

 

VIDEO

An interview with Romantic Times Book Reviews about the Shades of London series from 2013

An interview with the LA Times at the LA Times Festival of Books. April 26, 2013

A full hour of me and Leigh Bardugo at the Edinburgh Book Festival 2014

An interview at BEA 2011 with Digital Book World about the Shades of London

Technically, I have a YouTube channel. I never use it, because I am currently really terrible at making videos. That could change. But that's how it stands now. However, I did fill in for John Green a few times on Vlogbrothers when he was on paternity leave. Mostly these videos prove I am not good at making videos.

ThisIsNotJohn

On Writing as a Profession

Dare to Suck

Watermelon Internet Trolls