Author: Kelly Barnhill

Kelly Barnhill is the author of the children's novels The Girl Who Drank the Moon, The Witch's Boy, Iron Hearted Violet, and The Mostly True Story of Jack, as well as the short story collection Dreadful Young Ladies. She received the Newbery Medal in 2017, as well as fellowships from the Jerome Foundation and the Minnesota State Arts Board, and the McKnight Foundation. She is the winner of the World Fantasy Award, the Parents Choice Gold Award, the Texas Library Association Bluebonnet, and a Charlotte Huck Honor. She also was a finalist for the Minnesota Book Award, the Andre Norton Award and the PEN/USA literary prize. She has been on the New York Times bestseller list for a bunch of weeks now, as well as the Indie Besteller list. She is a teaching artist with COMPAS, a statewide community arts program.

Stories by Kelly Barnhill

A Thin Sliver of Her Heart - March 19, 2018

Interviews involving Kelly Barnhill

Smoke and Mirrors: An Interview with Kelly Barnhill -