Send Fonda a Message
Please use the form below to send Fonda a message.
For autographed books
Autographed copies of Fonda’s books are frequently available at Powell’s bookstore, which ships worldwide. When ordering online, indicate in the special instructions box that you want an autographed copy, or ask for one by phoning the toll-free number.
For signed bookplates, send a self-addressed, stamped #10 envelope to Fonda Lee, P.O. Box 91531, Portland, OR 97291. Indicate if you would like the bookplate personalized. Please allow 2-4 weeks for response.
For school visits and speaking engagements
For information on Fonda’s school visit presentations and rates, see her Author Visit Kit on the Scholastic website.
Fonda frequently attends and speaks at conferences, conventions, and festivals. See Fonda’s speaker profile at the SFWA Speaker’s Bureau. She has taught numerous writing workshops. Contact her to inquire about your event.
A few testimonials:
“We loved having Fonda Lee at our 50th Children’s Literature Festival in Warrensburg, Missouri. Both teachers and students found her presentations to be smart, engaging and relevant. We hope to have her back again in the future!” — Maya Kucij, Director, Children’s Literature Festival
“Fonda Lee delivered a lively and informative keynote address to over one hundred established and emerging writers at the 2019 Terroir Creative Writing Festival. And she didn’t disappear after her book signing but spent the rest of the afternoon with us, attending workshops and initiating one-on-one conversations with writers at all levels of experience. Lee’s collegial presence created a sense of camaraderie and fellowship we won’t soon forget.” — Lisa Ohlen Harris, Speaker Relations, Terroir Creative Writing Festival
“Most recently I was at our high school graduation and a parent as well as a member of the PTA stopped me to say what a positive impact Fonda had on our student population. In order to engage our students in her presentation, she touched upon many things she discussed her writing, and I believe that each student learned something worthwhile about what it takes to be a writer, a researcher, and a speaker, as well as about being a viable member of our society.” — Marjon Weber, English teacher, Manchester Township High School