Yaqui Delgado Wants to Kick Your Ass in film development by HULU. Teens participate in series development. (SLJ Nov 2017)
Podcast on Is It Teen Enough for You Now: Six YA librarians discuss Burn Baby Burn in depth.
With RJ Palacio in The New York Times, discussing diversity in children’s lit. Dec 20, 2016
NPR 2016 Great Reads includes Burn Baby Burn
Online interview about Burn Baby Burn. Filmed at the offices of Candlewick Press, Somerville, MA August 2016
The New York Times includes Yaqui Delgado Wants to Kick Your Ass in its recommendations of diverse children’s literature.
Podcast about Burn Baby Burn, with Karen Jaffe, Executive Director of the Young Readers Center at the Libray of Congress.
As part of a censorship panel at Bank Street College, April 2016 (Publishers Weekly article.)
My comments about the 2016 ALA Youth Media Awards on NBC
My article in The Horn Book, January/February “Writing the American Familia”
How I wrote about the brutal days of 1977 in Burn Baby Burn. School Library Teen Blog, Feb 24, 2016
A Q & A in Publishers Weekly March 8, 2016
Library of Congress Webcast: Symposium on supporting teen and family literacy. Panelists include Meg with Kwame Alexander, Ellen Oh, Gigi Amateau, and Tim Tingle. Writing Family: A Multicultural Perspective April 2015
On Las Comadres Podcast
Q&A on Latin-E
In The Richmond Times Dispatch (bullying assembly)
National Book Festival podcast, with Roberto Salazar
Creating Community: National Endowment for the Arts: Artworks Blog July 2014
Pura Belpré acceptance speech, Las Vegas, Nevada, June 2014.
Podcast on Women’s Center Live with Robin Morgan
CNN Ten: Meg earns a spot on a list of ten visionary women in America
School Library Journal, The Radioactive Energy of Bullies
Richmond Times Dispatch, columnist Bill Lohmann discusses Girls of Summer reading list with Meg and Gigi Amateau
StyleWeekly Magazine on the Hope Tree Project (The Girl Who Could Silence the Wind)
The Richmond Times Dispatch, video interview on magical realism in Milagros. Includes sample reading.