Contact

For appearances (related to GOOD BOY, dogs & gender): Christine Mykithyshyn at Macmillan Publicity:)

christine.mykityshyn@celadonbooks.com

For appearances (related to She’s Not There, Long Black Veil, She’s Not There, I’m Looking Through You,  Stuck in the Middle With You, Long Black Veil, and/or other gender, human rights & education issues:)
Kathryn Santora at Penguin Random House:
ksantora@penguinrandomhouse.com

For press inquires:
Kris Dahl at ICM
KDahl@icmpartners.com

To contact Jenny directly:
jb@jenniferboylan.net

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Love will prevail.

Winter-Spring, 2022 

Jenny Boylan is the author of 16 books, a Trustee of PEN America, and the Anna Quindlen Writer in Residence at Barnard College of Columbia University.

My column currently appears on the opinion page of the New York Times, usually on the first Wednesday of the month. Links to the most recent of those columns (and other current work) are below, and on the “media” page.

I’m a member of the Meteor collective, a new group of progressive and feminist-minded individuals using art and imagination to accelerate equity and equality.  I write an essay for the Meteor newsletter once a month.

My newest book, GOOD BOY: My Life in 7 Dogs, is now available from Celadon/Macmillan in paperback. Also, in hardcover and as an audiobook.

2022 will see the publication of the novel, MAD HONEY, co-authored with Jodi Picoult.  We are likely to embark on a worldwide book tour in support of the book.  Check the Appearances page for details.

I’m appearing in the Apple TV special, “Who Are You, Charlie Brown?”  I talk about queer identity, Marci, Peppermint Patty, and Pigpen.

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GOOD BOY: My Life in 7 Dogs

–a “Book of the Year,” Publishers’ Weekly.

The Radical Normalcy of a Trans Jeopardy! Winner
- by Jennifer Boylan

This is what really infuriates the trolls.  My NYT essay for 1/10/22.

When Do You Know Your Business Is Done?
- by Jennifer Boylan

It’s time to reflect– and to remember we’re loved. My NYT column for 12/24/21.

Rudeness is On the Rise. You Got a Problem With That?
- by Jennifer Boylan

How do we respond to a culture in which the guardrails of so-called civility are gone?  My NYT column for…

If I Had Loved Her Less
- by Jennifer Boylan

A queer reading of Thoreau, in LitHub.