When Cool Girls Grow Up (And Stay Cool As Hell)

An interview with author Claire Dederer about her new memoir, the songs that make us sad, and writing about what makes us uncomfortable

J.K. Rowling Celebrates 20 Years Of Harry Potter With A Sentimental Tweet

Happee birthdae, Harry!

John Green Announces His Most Personal Book To Date

Green’s new book, ‘Turtles All the Way Down,’ is about a young woman living with mental illness

Q&A: Chuck Klosterman On Taylor Swift, Harry Potter, And LCD Soundsystem

Klosterman discusses his new book, ‘X: A Highly Specific, Defiantly Incomplete History of the Early 21st Century’

Big Little Life: A Candid Conversation With Former Seventeen Editor Ann Shoket

The author of ‘The Big Life,’ a new guidebook for millennial women, talks work-life balance, meaningless milestones, and what success actually means

Weird In A Way That’s Wonderful: Writer Jennifer Romolini On Her New Book, Career Advice, And Weird Girls

The ‘Weird in a World That’s Not’ author talks fuckups and flailing until you make it

Q&A: YA Writers Julie Buxbaum And Adam Silvera Will Make You Cry

‘Tell Me Three Things’ and ‘History Is All You Left Me’ authors talk inspiration, balancing darkness with light, and the responsibility that YA authors have to their readers

Q&A: Nicola Yoon On The Everything, Everything Film, Diversity In YA, And Loving Love

‘We live in a diverse world and our literature needs to reflect that’

Q&A: Lilliam Rivera, Author Of The Education Of Margot Sanchez, On Her Love For YA

‘It’s an exciting moment to be a young adult author’

Read An Excerpt of Darcie Wilder’s Literally Show Me A Healthy Person

Her second book

YA Is More Than Just A Genre, It’s A Resource

MTV News spoke with authors Jennifer Niven and Nicola Yoon about the responsibility of being a YA author in a world that mirrors the dystopian ones they write about.

Q&A: Angie Thomas On The Hate U Give, Black Lives Matter, And Writing An ‘Unapologetic Black Girl Book’

‘I want young people of color and LGBT teens to know that they are not alone. We are fighting for you and alongside you.’

Veronica Roth's New Divergent Story Picks Up Where Allegiant Ended

What's Four up to now?

What Scares R.L. Stine?

The horror legend on his Fear Street reboot, becoming nostalgia, and why in God's name there's a creepy ventriloquist dummy in his office

Listen To An Exclusive Excerpt From Tales Of The Peculiar, A Miss Peregrine Novel

Ransom Riggs tells MTV News why his newest book in the 'Miss Peregrine' universe won't include gothic photos.

J.K. Rowling Celebrates Hogwarts Day By Fudging Up The Harry Potter Timeline

Twenty-five years ago today, Harry Potter went to Hogwarts for the very first time.

Brace Yourselves, New Harry Potter Stories Are Coming

J.K. Rowling announces new e-book series of 'Harry Potter' short stories.

Admit It: Hufflepuff Has Always Been The Best Harry Potter House

If being tenacious and loyal is wrong, then we don't want to be right.

All Hail Scorpius Malfoy, The Best New Harry Potter Character

We need to talk about Scorpius Malfoy, the best character in 'Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.'

J.K. Rowling Confirms Our Worst Fears: Harry Potter Is ‘Done Now’

J.K. Rowling confirms that 'Harry Potter and the Cursed Child' is the final chapter in the "Harry Potter" series.

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Is Here: Our Rundown Of Every Magical Moment

'Harry Potter and the Cursed Child' is here, and one MTV News writer is crazy enough to stay up all night and write about every magical moment.

36 Times You Definitely Did Not Want To Be Harry Potter

HBD, Harry! Let's revisit your terrible life.

The Internet Will Never Die: A Q&A With Magic and Loss: The Internet as Art’s Virginia Heffernan

The author on art, Aesthetic, and using Downton Abbey as an internet spirit guide.

J.K. Rowling Claps Back At 'Racists' And 'Idiots' Who Aren't Down With Black Hermione

J.K. Rowling responds to 'racists' who don't understand why Hermione is a POC in 'Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.'