Events

APRIL 17 - Seattle
Seattle Arts and Lectures Series, 7:30pm (info)
A conversation with Where'd You Go, Bernadette author Maria Semple

APRIL 24 - New York City
B&N Union Square, 7:00pm (info)
A Conversation with After I'm Gone author Laura Lippman

MAY 1 - Chicago
B&N Webster Place, 7:00pm (info)
Discussion and signing

JUNE 17
Gillian's first published short story, "What Do You Do?" will be featured in the George R.R. Martin anthology ROGUES, on sale June 17.

Gone Girl News

Gone Girl is nominated for Macavity for Best Mystery Novel

Gone Girl is nominated for an Anthony Award for Best Novel

Gone Girl is nominated for The Women's Prize for Fiction

Gone Girl is nominated for Strand Critics Award

Gone Girl is nominated for an Edgar Award for Best Novel!

Charlize Theron will produce and star as Libby Day in Dark Places

Gone Girl is nominated for a Barry Award for Best Novel!

Gone Girl is on the shortlist for the Maine Reader’s Choice Award!

Gone Girl is nominated for an Edgar Award for Best Novel!

20th Century Fox acquires GONE GIRL!
Pacific Standard’s Reese Witherspoon and Bruna Papandrea will produce alongside Leslie Dixon and Flynn will write the screenplay.

GONE GIRL the movie has a release date: October 3, 2014

Dark Places News

April 2013: Charlize Theron will produce and star as Libby Day in Dark Places

October 2010: Movie rights to DARK PLACES sold!
I’m thrilled to announce that the movie rights to DARK PLACES have been sold, with French director Gilles Paquet-Brenner to adapt and direct. Gilles’ most recent film is a beautiful (and harrowing and suspenseful and elegant) adaptation of Tatiana de Rosnay’s internationally bestselling novel Sarah’s Key, to be released in the United States in 2011.

April 2010: Dark Places wins the Black Quill Award for Dark Genre Novel of the Year

September 2009: Dark Places has been shortlisted for Britain’s Ian Fleming Steel Dagger award

May 2009: Dark Places is a New York Times Bestseller

April 2009: Dark Places named an Indie Next Selection

Dark Places in the Media