About Me

(Please see here for an official bio.)

DahliaI’m an Editor of mathematics by day and a YA/NA author and LGBTQReads overlord by night. I live in the New York City suburbs with my husband, who makes seriously good challah and mostly doesn’t mind when I yell at the TV, and my sons, who are afreakingdorable. My debut YA novel is called Behind the Scenes, and you might like it. My debut NA novel is called Last Will and Testament, and you might like that one too! I’ve also written a bunch more books and short stories; for info on them, click here.

My next project is an anthology called That Way Madness Lies, a collection of modern retellings of the works of William Shakespeare by an amazing group of authors, which releases from Flatiron Books on March 16, 2021, to be followed shortly thereafter by my next novel, Cool for the Summer, which will be published on May 11, 2021 by Wednesday Books! More often than not, I’m on Twitter as @MissDahlELama – come say hi!

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You can also learn more about me by reading these interviews!

Interview with an Author: Dahlia Adler by Daryl M. at Los Angeles Public Library (9/19/19)

Interview with Dahlia Adler by Crystal at Rich in Color (9/10/19)

What Book Hooked You? Podcast by Brock Shelley (9/5/19)

An Interview with Dahlia Adler on Boricua Reads (8/27/19)

Interview with Dahlia Adler, Editor of His Hideous Heart on Bookish Valhalla (8/15/19)

His Hideous Heart Editor Dahlia Adler Discusses Reimagining Of Classic Literature With Marginalized Narrators, Conquering Her Fears As An Editor And Future Projects In A Blog Tour Interview by Novel Lives (8/12/19)

Pride is NOT Just for June, with Guest Author and Blogger, Dahlia Adler on Literaticast (7/5/19)

Becoming My Own Audience: an Interview with Dahlia Adler on the Smart Bitches Podcast (4/19/19)

Interview with Dahlia Adler, author of Out on Good Behavior by Shelly at Read.Sleep.Repeat (6/11/16)

Exclusive Interview with Dahlia Adler on Under the Lights by Paige Beresford of Page by Paige (5/14/16)

Becky Albertalli Interviews Dahlia Adler on Unlikable Male Characters, Race in Hollywood, and Not Fading to Black on the B&N Teen Blog (6/29/15)

Interview (w/LWaT review) by Brittany of Book Addict’s Guide (12/15/14)

Interview with Dahlia Adler by Kate Larkindale on Fiction and Film

Interview with Dahlia Adler on Bloggers Heart Books

This Writer’s Space: Dahlia Adler by Cassandra Page

Editor’s Note: Lessons from Author and Copy Editor Dahlia Adler by Becky Wallace

Dahlia Adler, YA Author by Cassandra Page

Waiting on the Debut (w/Jaye Robin Brown) by Sarah Guillory

The Madeline Project (Dahlia Adler: YA Author and Editor) by Kristina Perez

Dahlia Adler: BEHIND THE SCENES on OneFourKidLit

Writer Odyssey Wednesday: Dahlia Adler by Amy Trueblood

Shooting the Breeze with my CPs: An Interview with Dahlia Adler! by Gina Ciocca

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*Author photo by Maggie Hall, like pretty much everything else on this site, outside of the writing

15 thoughts on “About Me”

  1. I tried garbanzo bean flour too, YUK! Coconut flour and rice flour are becoming some of my faves. Just found your blog and I’m excited to read “Vintage.” Fits right into my world! Thanks for featuring it and the author!

    • Dahlia Adler said:

      Ooh, I’ve never purposely tried a different kind of flour, but now I’m so curious how it’d be with one of those! Thanks for stopping by!

  2. Nice to connect with you Dahlia. Positive vibes to you and yours.

  3. trickyfilms said:

    Looking forward to reading your blog

  4. Loved an article I saw of yours =D following you! Very impressed with your views about creating diversity!

  5. Wow– very well rounded! Congrats on landing an agent and good luck with Behind the Scenes! And definitely let us know if you master that macaron.

    • Dahlia Adler said:

      Thanks so much! My last batch was actually reallllly close but my oven totally prohibits me from getting the color right because it browns EVERYTHING. But someday… and there WILL be pics when that happens, obviously.

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