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HarperCollins Children's at NY Comic Con 2013

HarperCollins Children's at NY Comic Con 2013

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PANELS
AN
SIGNINGS
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11
OnCE UpOn A TImE In FAnTAsY LIT . . .
12:15
pm
– 1:15
pm
Room: 1A17HCCB Featured Authors:
sOmAn ChAInAnI
,The School for Good and Evil series;
BEnnETT mADIsOn
,
September Girls 
 Post-Panel Signing: Table 21, 1:30
pm
In a panel that’s a witches’ brew of magic, there is one truth to be learned: don’t let that wicked little pixie Tinker Bell fool you.Fairies are damn scary.
KILL OR BE KILLED: CRAFTIng A pOwERFULFEmALE pROTAgOnIsT
1:30
pm
– 2:30
pm
Room: 1A17HCCB Featured Authors:
AmELIA KAhAnEY
,
The Brokenhearted 
;
LAUREn OLIvER
, elirium trilogy;
DAnIELLE pAIgE
,
Dorothy Must Die 
Post-Panel Signing: Table 21, 2:45
pm
Creating a believable, butt-kicking female protagonist is always an interesting process. Not only must a person be capable of overcoming insurmountable obstacles in order to save themselves,but more often than not they are also trying to protect and save the ones they love. Join ve of YA’s most daring and distinct voices as they discuss what/who was the inspiration for their female protagonist, the dilemmas that can dene and shape acharacter’s sense of empowerment, and clever tricks and tips for getting a heroine into and out of the most diabolical or deadly of situations unscathed.
gEnRE-BEnDIng vIsIOns: ThE ART OF ThEmODERn ThRILLER
4:00
pm
– 5:00
pm
Room: 1A17HCCB Featured Author:
mIChELLE gAgnOn
,on’t Turn Around trilogyPost-Panel Signing: Table 21, 5:15
pm
These writers know how to keep you on the edge of your seat with tales of secret societies, apocalyptic visions, and international intrigue. Join eight of the genre’s leading talents as they discuss the elements—from the scientic to the supernatural 
 —
that guarantee to have readers turning pages long into the night.
sATURDAY, OCTOBER 12
ALL ThIngs YA
5:15
pm
– 6:15
pm
Room: 1A17
Looking for the next big trend in young adult lit? Find out what seven publishing tastemakers have to say about all things YA and get the insider scoop on what they’re working on! 
sUnDAY, OCTOBER 13
“wE hAvE DOnE ThE ImpOssIBLE, AnD ThATmAKEs Us mIghTY”: A DIsCUssIOn OF hEROEsAnD hEROInEs In sCIEnCE FICTIOn
1:15
pm
– 2:15
pm
Room: 1A17HCCB Featured Authors:
mInDEE ARnETT
,
Avalon
;
ROBIsOn wELLs
,
Blackout 
Post-Panel Signing: Table 21, 2:30
pm
Years from now, when Earth has been destroyed by plague,aliens, or general human negligence, who will be around to race through space and time to wrest mankind from the brink of ultimate destruction? Join Kass Morgan, Cristin Terrill, Phoebe North, Robison Wells, Mindee Arnett, and Adam Sternbergh in a discussion with Ali Kokmen about how doomed delinquents, rebels, refugees, teenage mercenaries,garbage men—turned-hitmen, and time travelers have become humanity’s last hope.
YOUng hEROEs AnD hEROInEs wITh ThEpOwER TO ChAngE ThE wORLD: whAT wECAn LEARn FROm hARRY pOTTER,pUg ThE mAgICIAn, TARAn, ALAnnA,wILL sTAnTOn, AnD mORE!
2:30
pm
– 3:30
pm
Room: 1A17HCCB Featured Author:
shERRY ThOmAs
,
The Burning Sky 
Post-Panel Signing: Table 21, 3:45
pm
Much of the classic SFF that we nd ourselves reading (and rereading) features young protagonists who develop the ability to change the world. What about these edgling champions of the realm inspires readers . . . and has us returning to reconquer their worlds time and again (just as if there were a Wrinkle within) . . . ? 
 
mInDEE ARnETT
,
Avalon
Mindee Arnett is the author of
The Nightmare Affair 
and theforthcoming
Avalon
. She liveson a horse farm in Ohio with herhusband, two kids, a couple ofdogs, and an inappropriate number of cats. Her dreamhome, though, is aboard a spaceship. You can nd heronline at www.mindeearnett.com.
sOmAn ChAInAnI
,The School for Good andEvil seriesSoman Chainani’s rst novel,
The School for Good and Evil 
,debuted on the
New York Times 
 bestseller list, has been translatedinto languages across six continents, and will soonbe a major motion picture from Universal Studios.As a writer and lm director, Soman has made lmsthat have played at over 150 lm festivals around theworld, winning more than 30 jury and audience prizes.He lives in New York City. Visit him online atwww.somanchainani.net.
mIChELLE gAgnOn
,on’t Turn Around trilogyMichelle Gagnon has been amodern dancer, dog walker,bartender, freelance journalist,personal trainer, and model. Herbestselling thrillers for adults havebeen published in numerous countries. In a starredreview,
Kirkus Reviews 
called
Don’t Turn Around 
, herrst novel for young adults and the rst book in thePersephone trilogy, a “pulse-pounding scary-greatread. A surere hit.” She lives in San Francisco. Visither online at www.michellegagnon.com.
AmELIA KAhAnEY
,
The Brokenhearted 
Amelia Kahaney grew up in Saniego, CA, and Hilo, HI. Aftergraduating from UC Santa Cruz,she moved to New York Cityand received her MFA in ctionwriting at Brooklyn College. Her short ction has beenanthologized in
The Best American Nonrequired Read- ing 
and appears in several literary magazines. Shelives in Brooklyn with her husband and son.
BEnnETT mADIsOn
,
September Girls 
Bennett Madison is the author ofseveral books for young peopleincluding
The Blonde of the Joke 
.He attended Sarah Lawrence Collegebut remains two classes shy ofgraduation and lives in Brooklyn, New York. You can visithim online at www.bennett-madison.com and follow himon Twitter @bennettmadison.
LAUREn OLIvER
,elirium trilogyLauren Oliver captivated readerswith her rst novel, the
New York Times 
bestseller
Before I Fall 
. Shefollowed that up with her stunning
New York Times 
bestselling eliriumtrilogy. Her much-anticipated stand-alone novel,
Panic 
,is coming March 2014. Oliver is also the author of twonovels for younger readers,
The Spindlers 
and
Liesl & Po 
.A graduate of the University of Chicago and NYU’s MFAprogram, she lives in Brooklyn. Visit her online atwww.laurenoliverbooks.com.
DAnIELLE pAIgE
,
Dorothy Must Die 
anielle Paige is a graduate ofColumbia University and currentlylives in New York City. Before writing
Dorothy Must Die 
, her debut, sheworked in the television industry,where she received a Writers Guild award and wasnominated for several aytime Emmys. You can followanielle on Twitter @daniellempaige.
shERRY ThOmAs
,
The Burning Sky 
Sherry Thomas immigrated to theUnited States from China when shewas thirteen, and taught herselfEnglish in part by devouring sciencection and romance novels. She isthe author of several acclaimed romance novels, and isthe recipient of two RITA Awards.
The Burning Sky 
marksher teen debut. Sherry lives with her family in Houston,Texas. You can visit her online at www.sherrythomas.com.
ROBIsOn wELLs
,
Blackout 
Robison Wells is the author of theYA science-ction thrillers
Variant 
 and
Feedback 
.
Variant 
was a
Publishers Weekly 
Best Book of 2011,and a YALSA Quick Pick for ReluctantReaders. Robison lives in the Rocky Mountains in ahouse not too far from elk pastures. His wife, Erin, is abetter person than he will ever be, and their three kidscause mischief and/or joy. Visit him online atwww.robisonwells.com.
MEET OUR AUTHORS
Photo credits: Photo by Krystal Arnett Photography; Photo by avid J. Martin; Peter Ellenby;Courtesy of the Author; Author photograph by Thomas ozol; © Jonathan Alpeyrie, 2010;Laura Hann; Photo by Jennifer Sparks of Sparks Studio; Green Hills Photography.
 
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