Articles by Jeremy Blachman

April 19, 2013

I Have So Many People to Thank 0

My love of writing began in kindergarten, and so I would be remiss not to thank Mrs. Rosemary Porter and everyone at Chester Arthur Elementary School, from Principal Tucker to Esmeralda from the lunchroom, not to mention all of my classmates. Wherever all of you are, I hope you know that you have not been forgotten and your efforts to include me in your spirited games of kickball were not in vain.

June 1, 2012

A Note on the Paper: An Encomium to Larry 1

The tree that became this particular book was a 37-year-old spruce, tall and sturdy, by the name of Larry. Larry was a happy tree, home to children who enjoyed swinging from a tire attached via rope to one of his lower branches. The marks from the rope can be witnessed in the upper left-hand corners of pages 134 and 136.

April 3, 2012

Killer Read 2

This is the Reading Group Guide for the new psychological thriller, The Reading Group Killer. 1. Which member of your group do you think is most likely to be plotting the death of everyone else in the room?

 2. Are you sure?