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EPISODE 3: Faeries

This episode aired October 29, 2009, but you can listen to it or read the transcribed interviews at any time.
Each author page contains the author's transcribed interview, plus bonus questions that didn't make it onto the show.

Join Matthew Peterson on a Faerie-themed episode of The Author Hour: Your Guide to Fantastic Fiction. Come listen to these five New York Times best-selling authors as they discuss the enchanted worlds they've created. Holly Black and Tony DiTerlizzi give insights on the final Spiderwick Chronicles novel, The Wyrm King, as well as the popular Spiderwick movie. Melissa Marr takes us deep into her dark series: Wicked Lovely, Ink Exchange and Fragile Eternity. Maggie Stiefvater shows us the beauty and dangers of Lament: The Faerie Queen's Deception and Balad: A Gathering of Faerie, while her unique werewolf love story, Shiver, gives us the chills. Aprilynne Pike delves into her debut novel, Wings, which hit #1 on the NY Times bestseller list and was optioned by Walt Disney with Miley Cyrus tagged for the lead role.

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Holly Black and Tony DiTerlizzi Melissa Marr Maggie Stiefvater Aprilynne Pike
Holly Black and Tony DiTerlizzi (#1 NYT bestselling Spiderwick Chronicles) Melissa Marr (NYT bestselling author of Wicked Lovely, Ink Exchange, and Fragile Eternity) Maggie Stiefvater (NYT Bestselling author of Shiver, Ballad, & Lament) Aprilynne Pike (#1 NYT bestselling author of Wings, optioned Disney movie with Miley Cyrus)

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