Thursday, February 5, 2009

Virginia Euwer Wolff

There's a wonderful interview with Virginia Euwer Wolff (you know, Make Lemonade) on Publisher's Weekly Children's Bookshelf. A wonderful read. Check it out. Virginia is one of the few people who can leave me holding my aching sides laughing while she looks at me, all innocent-like. And she writes beautiful, intense, breathy novels. And plays the violin.

If you are really lucky some day you will hear her speak and you'll laugh so hard you have to gasp for breath. Except for the parts where she'll make you weep. And if you aren't going to cross paths with her soon, you can pick up her new novel, This Full House, which is the third (and I think final) book in the trilogy about Jolly and La Vaughn.

1 comment:

David said...

Hello,

I'm writing from the public radio show "Think Out Loud" on Oregon Public Broadcasting.

You might be interested to know that we're interviewing Virginia Euwer Wolff on our show on Thursday.

You can find more information here, and you can also ask a question of Wolff. I might even bring it up on the air:

http://www.opb.org/thinkoutloud/shows/northwest-passages-virginia-euwer-wolff/

Best regards,
Dave Miller
Online Host, "Think Out Loud"