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The Last Apprentice Goes Hollywood

It’s an exciting week on the 23rd floor: We–and the rest of the world–got our first sneak peek at The Seventh Son, the movie based on Joseph Delaney’s terrifyingly good Last Apprentice series. We’ve been dying to see Jeff Bridges as the Spook and Julianne Moore as Mother Malkin, and the photo in USA Today [...]

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“Glamour,” by Joseph Delaney Some people think that being a writer is glamorous. I know that I once did. I dreamed of finally getting published and all the amazing fun that would follow. I imagined traveling to distant countries, staying in city hotels and seeing the sights. Most of these dreams came true and I do [...]

Shenanigans/rascality/monkeyshines with Webster’s

We’re not sure who’s noticed this, but at least once in each of Joe Delaney’s truly scary Last Apprentice books, Tom spins his silver chain widdershins. Or the Spook (or a witch shrieking and howling with blood lust) turns widdershins. By now, the word is deeply embedded in the Greenwillow vocabulary—“Bring that chair widdershins around [...]

The Last Apprentice:
Attack of the Movie Rumors

We’re human (contrary to popular belief). So when we heard rumors that one of our favorite Greenwillow series might make it to the big screen, against our better judgment, we got excited. Okay, really excited. The Last Apprentice series has been under option with Warner Brothers for several years now, but nothing much had been [...]

From the Writer’s Desk

Witches and Websites and Writing, Oh My! By Joseph Delaney I am really pleased with my latest book—The Last Apprentice: A Coven of Witches—but the truth is, I did not want to write it! You see, I had already written two books that year, but one had to be put back for months in order [...]