I love visiting classrooms and libraries, both in person and virtually via Skype, Google Hangouts, or FaceTime.

If you’re reading EngiNerds, or are looking for an author to discuss reading, writing, and publishing more generally with your students, I offer FREE virtual visits. I am happy to spend that time answering students’ questions, whatever they may be.

Longer sessions include demonstrations and more in-depth discussions, and with sufficient time for preparation, can be tailored to target a class’s specific interests or area of study.

I live just outside of Boston, and regularly visit schools in the New England area. If your classroom is located further away, still feel free to reach out about a possible in-person visit — I travel frequently, and just might be coming to a town or city near you soon!

To schedule a visit, send me a message via my CONTACT page, or get in touch on Twitter at @Jarrett_Lerner.

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Discussing where story ideas come from.
Giving young writers a peek at one of my messy, doodle-filled first drafts.
Reading a passage from EngiNerds.
Discussing — and then demonstrating — the wonders of duct tape.