All things E. Lockhart, all the time. She says it best when she says, "I write novels for teenagers and I love my job."
E. Lockhart, it turns out, isn't a real person at all. It's the nom de plume of one Emily Jenkins, writer of children's books. And, to be fair, adult books, too.
In this interview with E. Lockhart, she reveals that she has a tiny office with dark pink walls. Cute or claustrophobic?
The New York Times says of Frankie's tale: "She undergoes a transformation from a nice girl with a pretty face to an intellectually shrewd, possibly 'near-criminal mastermind,' the planner and executor of elaborate schemes that have both students and faculty following her lead, all conveyed by way of a witty third-person narrator, whose dispassionate tone gives this novel its delicious, deadpan sense of humor."
Check out a YouTube interview in which a puppet talks to E. Lockhart. Because why not?
We're sure you recognize the seal on the envelope that graces the cover of The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks.
Meet E. Lockhart, the author herself.