Ellen's MySpace page
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Love & Lies Podcast
Hear and interview with Ellen about Love & Lies.
Read blog entries written by Ellen and other authors in answer to teen readers' questions.
The Hue of Pink and Blue
An article about Ellen's novel Parrotfish.
Our Dating Disasters
Funny and disastrous stories about dating.
Dear Author: Letters of Hope
Check out the book Dear Author, in which YA authors respond to letters from their fans. Besides me, the book includes Laurie Halse Anderson, Joan Bauer, Chris Crutcher, Nancy Garden, Jerry Spinelli and many others.
A website with discussion guides for books including Hard Love, What's In a Name, The Long Night of Leo and Bree, Blind Faith, and Parrotfish.
America Writes For Kids
A website about American authors of children's and YA books.
"How Art Can Save You," an interview with Ellen Wittlinger (PDF file).
TeenReads.com Author Profile
An exceptional teen literature web source, TeenReads.com offers their overview on Ellen Wittlinger and her work.
Publisher Simon & Schuster's catalogue of Ellen Wittlinger titles, including short descriptions and order information.
An exceptional subscription-based web site/service about young adult authors -- deftly stewarded by Don Gallo.
Ploughshares Literary Journal
A few of Ellen Wittlinger's contributions to the respected literary journal, Ploughshares (at Emerson College).
An ALAN Review article discussing the books of the 2000 Printz Award winners, Walter Dean Myers, Ellen Wittlinger, Laurie Halse Anderson and David Almond
Authors Among Us
Former librarians like Ellen Wittlinger have a forum at "Authors Among Us." This delightful interview explores her past and her future.
Interview with Cynthia Leitich Smith
Fellow writer Cynthia Leitich Smith's maintains a helpful website for children's authors. This is an interview she conducted with Ellen Wittlinger in February 2000.
New interview with Cynthia Leitich Smith
Another interview with Cynthia Leitich Smith, from December 2005.
This is the blog for Authors Support Intellectual Freedom, of which Ellen is a member.