Students

Homework Policy

Please don’t bother emailing Laurie asking for help with your homework. You won’t get it. High school was bad enough for Laurie the first time around, thanks. One of the greatest joys of surviving to adulthood, in her opinion, is the lack of homework.

You’ll find all the personal details about her life you need on the Laurie page of this website. It has a short bio as well as the Officially Long Official Biography of Laurie Halse Anderson.There’s a FAQ, Contact Info…oh, just go and see for yourself already!

If you can’t find what you need there, try the blog page. She will usually answer questions posted to her there or at her LiveJournal account. If you use correct spelling and punctuation, the chances that she’ll answer you go way up. While you’re there, be sure to check out the tags in the right side menu. It’s like an index to everything on the blog and there is a lot of juicy stuff there.

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For High School & College Students

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  • By How to contact a writer | Claire Hennessy on August 27, 2012 at 3:42 am

    […] make him or herself available for your often time-sensitive questions. (Laurie Halse Anderson has a policy on her website; Holly Lisle has a slightly snarkier page about it.) I suspect that teachers who […]

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