Visit the author's official website to see a gallery of her visual art, her bio, links to other writings, and an FAQ.
Head to this website to find timelines for the book itself as well as for the main characters, Clare and Henry. These should help out as you navigate all the time jumps.
Visit the library where Henry worked. It actually exists!
A physicist looks at the facts and fiction of time travel featured in The Time Traveler's Wife.
ABC and Friends co-creator Marta Kauffman are teaming up to produce a pilot of the story, which may be developed into a TV series.
Writer Todd Glascock interviews Niffenegger on his blog.
Audrey Niffenegger talks about music, faith, and waiting.
This NY Times article discusses Niffenegger's new book as well as the unique journey of success of The Time Traveler's Wife.
"Audrey Niffenegger takes things slowly" – a review of the novel.
Find out about the author's favorite parts in the book, about Chicago as a character in the novel, and more.
Check out versions, big and small, of the official movie trailer.
Emmy-nominated Jake Hamilton speaks with the stars of the movie, Eric Bana and Rachel McAdams. Compare Eric Bana's native Australian accent to the one he has in the film. Impressive!
Stars Eric Bana and Rachel McAdams interview each other, using a collection of fan questions.
Check out what Rachel McAdams has to say about taking on the role of Clare, why she wanted to be in this film, and more.
The author speaks about her inspiration for the book as well as the meaning of memory, determinism, and seizing the day.
The official front cover of the first edition of the book, published in 2003.
Check out the official movie poster, which primarily focuses on the two actors who play Clare and Henry.
A black-and-white photo of the author.