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Maggie Stiefvater (b. November 18, 1981) is a bestselling American author of young-adult/urban fantasy novels. She currently lives in Virginia.[1] She attended University of Mary Washington, graduating with a B.A. in history.[2] After graduating, she worked as a portrait artist, specializing in equestrian art;[3] her art was collected internationally.[4] At 16, Stiefvater legally changed her first name from Heidi to Margaret.[5] She is married with two children.[6]

BibliographyEdit

  • An Infinite Thread (2008)
  • Kiss Me Deadly (August 1, 2010)
  • The Scorpio Races (October 18, 2011)
  • The Merry Sisters of Fate (2012)
  • Re:Myself (TBA)

Books of FaerieEdit

  1. Lament: The Faerie Queen's Deception (2008)
  2. Ballad: A Gathering of Faerie (October, 2009)
  3. Requiem (2014)

The Wolves of Mercy FallsEdit

  1. Shiver (August 1, 2009)
  2. Linger (US: July 13, 2010; UK: July 20, 2010)
  3. Forever (July 12, 2011)

The Raven CycleEdit

  1. The Raven Boys (September 18, 2012)
  2. The Dream Thieves (2013)

Film AdaptationsEdit

Unique Features, in association with Warner Bros., optioned Shiver's film rights shortly after Shiver was released. A screenplay has been written by Nick Pustay[7] but casting has not yet begun.[8]

RecognitionEdit

ShiverEdit

  • Debuted at #9 on The New York Times Best Seller list
  • Indies Choice Book Award Finalist
  • ALA Best Books for Young Adults
  • ALA Quick Pick for Reluctant Readers
  • Amazon Top Ten Books for Teens
  • Publishers Weekly Best Books of 2009
  • Border's Original Voices Pick & Finalist
  • Barnes & Noble 2009 Top Twenty Books for Teens
  • CBC Children's Choice Awards Finalist
  • 2010 SIBA Book Award, Finalist
  • Junior Library Guild Selection (Shiver and Linger)
  • Colorado Blue Spruce Young Adult Nominee
  • Glamour's Best Book to Curl Up With
  • VOYA's Perfect Ten, 2009
  • BDB Top Young Reads of 2009

LamentEdit

  • ALA 2010 Popular Paperbacks for Young Adults
  • ALA 2010 Best Books for Young Adults
  • SIBA Book Award Nominee
  • Starred review, Publisher's Weekly
  • Starred review, Booklist
  • Starred review, KLIATT

The Scorpio RacesEdit

  • Michael L. Printz Award Honor, 2012
  • The Odyssey Honor Award 2012 for Best Audio Production
  • Los Angeles Times Book Award Finalist, 2012
  • ALA Notable Books for Children, 2012
  • The New York Times Notable Childrens' Books of 2011
  • Publisher Weekly Best Children's Books of 2011
  • Amazon's Best Books for Teens 2011

The Raven BoysEdit

  • New York Times Bestseller
  • USA Today Bestseller
  • ABA Bestseller
  • Publisher Weekly Best Books of 2012
  • TIME Magazine Season's Most Anticipated Reads
  • Amazon Books Editors' Selection: Fall Favorites
  • 2013 YALSA Top Ten Best Fiction for Young Adults
  • Autumn 2012 Kids' Indie Next List Pick
  • Winner of AudioFiles Earphones Award
  • Five Starred Reviews

ReferencesEdit

  1. Maggie Stiefvater's Author Bio - Scholastic
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External LinksEdit

Official website

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