If you're not yet delirious for Delirium, check out Oliver's website. It's chock full of quotes, questions, reviews, and videos.
The show's pilot may have been rejected faster than Lena rejects Brian Scharff, but its fans haven't given up. Get the latest news—and a peek at the script—on this fan site.
Was Lauren (Oliver) like Lena (Ella Haloway Tiddle) when she was a teenager? She tells all, or at least a paragraph's worth, in this interview.
Oliver talks about her fantasy dinner party list, which involves bringing Henry James back from the dead, in this interview.
Since most dystopias don't leave room for fancy coffee drinks and strappy stilettos, authors have to talk about them in interviews. Like this one with USA Today.
Shhh no more. Lauren Oliver speaks out about rewriting the Bible, and a few other juicy details about Delirium, in this video interview.
How do you pronounce "Lena"? This episode of BookTalk with Christine gabs about that and other pressing issues in Delirium.
Don't feel like being quiet? Listen to a sample of the Delirium audiobook here.
Lev Grossman (author of The Magician King) picked Delirium as one of the best sci-fi/fantasy books of 2011. It's in good company.
The Advance Reader's Copy of Delirium had a completely different cover. What do you think? Looks a little Kate Chopin's The Awakening to us…
Lena has some great views of the Atlantic from her hometown of Portland, Maine. At least our government hasn't outlawed scenic vistas. Yet.