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Welcome to the Authors Who Skype with Classes & Book Clubs List!I’m Kate Messner, the children’s author and educator who maintains this site.
With that in mind, this is a list of authors who offer 15-20-minute Q and A sessions with classes and book clubs that have finished reading one of their books.
If you’re an author or illustrator of a traditionally published book who would like to be added, please email me (katemessner books at gmail dot com) with your name, website, and publisher, and whether you write picture books, MG, YA, or adult.
For the sake of being clear, traditionally published means published in print by a widely recognized children’s book publisher.
I recognize that e-books and self-published titles are also part of the publishing world, but a list that encompasses all of those would simply be too overwhelming for me to maintain.
It’s the next best thing to being there.” There’s also an ever-growing list of authors who offer both free and paid Skype visits at the Skype An Author Network. (Some authors offer only a limited number of free Skype visits, and some who start out offering free visits begin to charge later on.
I don’t always get those updates right away.) And authors…if you’re on this list but no longer offer free Skype visits, please let me know!
(Many also offer more in-depth virtual visits for a fee.) To arrange a virtual visit, check out the authors’ websites for book choices and contact information.
Then ask for their books at your favorite bookstore or visit Indie Bound to find a store near you!
As an author, I offer free Skype chats for the following titles: If you’re interested in booking a “virtual visit” with me, please visit my author-Skype page for current availability and directions for requesting a visit! Click here to read a blog entry about my students’ virtual visit with the fantastic Laurie Halse Anderson.
It includes an overview of how a Skype chat with an author might work, as well as tips for teachers, librarians, & book club organizers to help your virtual visit run smoothly.
You can click here to read my first School Library Journal technology feature on Skype author visits, called “Met Any Good Authors Lately?
Classroom Visits Can Happen Via Skype” and this follow-up SLJ feature, “An Author in Every Classroom: Kids Connecting with Authors via Skype.