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I’m Corinne Duyvis, award-winning author of science fiction and fantasy.

My debut YA fantasy novel Otherbound (2014) received four starred reviews, won the Bisexual Book Award, and was a Junior Library Guild selection.

My apocalyptic YA sci-fi novel On the Edge of Gone (2016) received three starred reviews, was a Kirkus Best Book of 2016, and won the Neukom Institute Literary Arts Award.

My most recent release is a YA fantasy novel titled The Art of Saving the World (2020); all three are published by Amulet Books/ABRAMS.

I’m also the author of Guardians of the Galaxy: Collect Them All (2017), an original prose novel set in the Marvel universe.

impossible to put down
Kirkus Reviews on The Art of Saving the World
a zippy sci-fi plot that barrels
along at a breathless pace

The Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books on The Art of Saving the World
an exciting take on the fantasy genre
School Library Journal (starred review) on Otherbound
Duyvis has a deft hand, light touch,
and a fertile imagination

Someday My Printz Will Come
an intelligent, satisfying YA novel
SFX Magazine on Otherbound
a riveting apocalyptic thriller
with substantial depth

Publishers Weekly on On the Edge of Gone
a joy to read from start to finish
The Mary Sue on Guardians of the Galaxy: Collect Them All
an on-the-edge-of-your-seat
apocalyptic thriller that dares
to ask the most difficult questions

Laura Ruby, Printz Award-winning author of Bone Gap on On the Edge of Gone
Corinne Duyvis nails it
The Mary Sue on Guardians of the Galaxy: Collect Them All
[Duyvis] can only be described as
an amazingly gifted writer

The Book Smugglers
a unique concept with strong characters
and some insightful discussion

Teen Librarian Toolbox on The Art of Saving the World
Insightful, suspenseful, and
unsettling in its plausibility

School Library Journal (starred review) on On the Edge of Gone
a provocative, genre-bending
look at exploring identity

Publishers Weekly on The Art of Saving the World
[flows] seamlessly from intense action scenes
to thought-provoking emotional drama

Powell’s Staff Picks on On the Edge of Gone
tense, visceral,
and extremely well-crafted

Cooperative Children’s Book Center on On the Edge of Gone