Lehigh Valley Book Festival Presents - Fascinating Tales to Tell w/best selling authors: Michael Buckley, David Lubar & Gae Polisner in conversation with author and Bethlehem Public Library Director, Josh Berk.
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MICHAEL BUCKLEY is the New York Times bestselling author of the Sisters Grimm and NERDS series and the cocreator, writer, and executive producer of Cartoon Network’s Robotomy. He lives in New York City.
Visit Michael online at michaelbuckleywrites.com and follow him on Twitter at @michaelwbuckley and on Instagram at @buckleystopshere.
DAVID LUBAR created a sensation with his debut novel, Hidden Talents, an ALA Best Book for Young Adults. He is the author of the Nathan Abercrombie series, True Talents, Flip, and the popular Weenies short story collections. He lives in Nazareth, Pennsylvania. Look for him online at davidlubar.com, facebook.com/WeeniesStories, and on Twitter @davidlubar.
GAE POLISNER is the award-winning author of In Sight of Stars, The Memory of Things, The Summer of Letting Go, The Pull of Gravity, and Jack Kerouac is Dead to Me. She lives on Long Island with her husband, two sons, and a suspiciously-fictional looking dog. When Gae isn't writing, you can find her in a pool or the open waters off Long Island. She's still hoping that one day her wetsuit will turn her into a superhero.
Josh Berk is the author of The Dark Days of Hamburger Halpin (Knopf 2010), named a Best Book for Teens by Kirkus Reviews and Amazon.com. It was also awarded a Parents' Choice Silver Medal, a starred review from School Library Journal, and a perfect 10 from VOYA. His second comedy/mystery teen novel, Guy Langman: Crime Scene Proscrastinator, was published in 2012 (also by Knopf). In 2013 a new series for younger readers began with Strike Three, You're Dead. He has previously been a journalist, a poet, a playwright, and a guitarist (mostly in bands known for things other than fine guitar playing).