Anatomy of Curiosity

It’s official:

Maggie Stiefvater, Tessa Gratton and Brenna Yovanoff’s THE ANATOMY OF CURIOSITY, a companion to their earlier THE CURIOSITIES, and a conversational step-by-step guide to their writing/ critiquing process and relationship, with new original stories by the authors in first and final draft forms, again to Andrew Karre at Carolrhoda Lab, for publication in Fall 2014, by Laura Rennert at the Andrea Brown Literary Agency for Stiefvater and Gratton, and Sarah Davies at the Greenhouse Literary Agency for Yovanoff (world English). Translation: info@rightspeople.com

It’s official! We get to do another book together, and it will be big and pretty and full of more stories about kissing and more pertinent annotations using the magic pens!

(I mean, these new/long/actually-revised stories aren’t written yet. Because they’re new! But I assume they’ll be about kissing.)

(At least, I know mine probably will be. Maggie’s will probably be about people not kissing even though they really, really want to. Tess’s will probably be about something that dies all over the place and gets on stuff. These are not spoilers, this is not information—I’m just listing things that happen.)

(Also, based on last time, there’s a chance some of the annotations will not be pertinent. Some of them may actually be thinly-veiled allegations about how your mom goes to college. Or … has a face? Look, I don’t even know.)

8 thoughts on “Anatomy of Curiosity

  1. Yay! Congratulations on this amazing news! I am so excited for this- with the exception of my disappointment at its 2014 release. But still YAY and have fun writing!

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