July 25, 1972 [1 ]
YA/ Urban Fantasy
Melissa Marr (born July 25, 1972) is an American author of young-adult/ urban fantasy novels.
Biography [ edit ]
Marr, a former university English teacher, currently resides in Virginia.
[3 ] Her first novel was published in 2007, the New York Times bestseller [4 ] Wicked Lovely. Along with four more books in that series, which is now completed, she has also written an adult novel, Graveminder, and started on a new young adult series that began with 2012's Carnival of Souls. She is also a frequent contributor of short fiction to anthologies and has edited one anthology with Kelley Armstrong, with whom she also writes the series Loki's Wolves, published under the name M.A. Marr. [5 ]
Bibliography [ edit ]
Young Adult Novels [ edit ]
Wicked Lovely series [ edit ]
Untamed City series [ edit ]
Middle Grade Novels [ edit ]
The Blackwell Pages [ edit ]
Adult Novels [ edit ]
Graphic Novels [ edit ]
Wicked Lovely: Desert Tales series [ edit ]
Volume 1: Sanctuary (2009)
Volume 2: Challenge (2010)
Volume 3: Resolve (2011)
Short Fiction [ edit ]
Collections [ edit ]
Faery Tales and Nightmares (2011)
Anthologies Edited [ edit ]
Anthologies Contributed To [ edit ]
Enthralled: Paranormal Diversions
Teeth: Vampire Tales
Love Is Hell
Home Improvement: Undead Edition
Awards and honors [ edit ]
Wicked Lovely [ edit ]
New York Public Library's Books for the Teen Age 2008
[6 ] Amazon's Best Books of 2007: Top 10 Editor's Picks: Teens
[7 ] IRA Notable Books 2008: Young Adult Fiction
References [ edit ]
^ "Title, short story, & stuff". "The shoot was today, & tomorrow is my birthday so my son was pretty adamant that a trip to NY was OUT"
^ "Melissa Marr is on a Wicked, Lovely Roll". Publishers Weekly. August 2, 2010 . Retrieved March 2, 2013.
^ "Melissa Marr - Biographies". Epic Reads . Retrieved March 2, 2013.
^ "Frequently Asked Questions". Official Website of Melissa Marr . Retrieved March 2, 2013.
^ "Gearing Up for Spring Picks From Children's Booksellers". Publishers Weekly. February 25, 2013 . Retrieved March 3, 2013.
^ New York Public Library's Books for the Teen Age 2008, page 7
^ Amazon's Best Books of 2007: Top 10 Editor's Picks: Teens
^ 2008 IRA Book Awards and Notable Books
External links [ edit ]