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Marie Osmond and Judy discuss creating a movie adaptation of Tiger Eyes.
PBS with Tavis Smiley
Tavis Smiley’s conversation with Judy includes book censorship in the Internet age, how she can continue to connect with children as she grows older and what’s next on her agenda.
CBS Los Angeles
Judy marks 40th Anniversary of Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing by appearing at Los Angeles Times Festival of Books. On-air interview with Judy.
Good Morning Texas (Dallas)
Judy Blume’s Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing celebrates 40 years.
AmazonBlogs – Omnivoracious
Join Siera Wilson in a podcast interview with Judy about her timeless connection to young minds and hearts.
July 19, 2021
Sean Rocks of RTE, a Public Service Broadcaster and a non-profit organization owned by the Irish people, talks with Judy about her writing and about her work with the National Coalition Against Censorship.
The Hattiesburg American
Southern Miss Honors Famed Children’s Writer
Talk Radio Europe
Hannah Murray of Talk Radio Europe speaks with Judy about Summer Sisters, which was just published in Europe, and her writing.
CBC Radio – Words at Large
Judy talks with CBC Radio’s Jian Ghomeshi and her responsibilities to her fans and the mysteries of the writing process. She also discuses Going, Going, Gone! with The Pain and The Great One. It’s the third book in a series of four about eight-year-old Abigail, “The Great One” and her six-year-old brother Jake, “The Pain.”
January 2, 2009 – rebroadcast from August 14, 2008 as one of “Top Best Picks” of 2008 shows.
University of Southern Mississippi Presents Judy with It’s Medallion for Lifelong Contributions to the Field of Children’s Literature.
Southern Miss presented Judy its Medallion for Lifelong Contributions to the field of of children’s literature during the Fay B. Kaigler Children’s Book Festival.
Friends of the Key West Library Lecture Series
Discussion between Judy and Meg Cabot about writing fiction for young adults.
BBC Radio 4 Woman’s Hour
Judy discusses the popularity of her books, her own experiences of puberty and what it’s like to be one of the most censored writers in America.
With five books on the American Library Association’s “Most Challenged Books” list, Judy defends herself and her books against efforts to ban her informative, classic Young Adult novels.
ABC Chicago News
Banned Books Week interview with Judy Blume.
Judy spoke with Hoda Kotb and Kathie Lee Gifford on the Today Show.
Star Tribune, MN, spends a day with Judy as she looks back and forward on her writing, love of Key West, and her funny four-book series featuring loveable, loathable Abigail and Jake.
KUOW/Puget Sound Public Radio
Judy is asked about censorship, atout tackling risky topics, about communication and story telling and about educating children.
October (Icons Issue)
Now and Forever: The Power of Sex in Young Adult Literature
Children’s Champion Award
Sunday Telegraph (U.K.)
Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen
Daily Express (U.K.)
The Queen of Teenage Angst
The Guardian (U.K.)
60 Second Interview
The Independent on Sunday (U.K.)
Women of the Year Award
Renowned Author Returns to Elizabeth
Judy Blume’s Grown Up Honor—Fiction Heroine
New York Times
Literary Prize for Judy Blume, Confidante to Teenagers
New York Times (New Jersey)
In Blume We Trust
Author Judy Blume Tackles Kids and Money in Her Hero’s Latest Adventures
First Annual Writer Award
Authors Guild Bulletin
Speaking Freely About Children’s Book Censorship