Marieke Nijkamp


Marieke Nijkamp is a Dutch New York Times bestselling author of novels for young adults. Marieke is queer, nonbinary, and disabled,[2] and is autistic.[3] They are the founder of DiversifYA and a founding member and advisor of We Need Diverse Books.[4]

Marieke Nijkamp
Date of birth 23 January 1986
Place of birth Netherlands
Nationality Dutch
Pronouns no preference
Gender identity nonbinary, agender[1]
Occupation Author

Published worksEdit

  • This Is Where It Ends (2016)
  • Before I Let Go (2018)
  • Even If We Break (2020)
  • The Oracle Code
  • Unbroken: 13 stories starring disabled teens (editor)

ReferencesEdit

  1. Waters, Michael (4 January 2018). "15 Authors Discuss Journalism, Gender Pronouns, and More in January's YA Open Mic". The B&N Teen Blog. Retrieved 29 April 2020.
  2. Marieke Nijkamp. "FAQ". MariekeNijkamp.com. Retrieved 29 April 2020.
  3. Duyvis, Corinne (29 April 2015). "Interview with Marieke Nijkamp of We Need Diverse Books". disabilityinkidlit.com. Retrieved 29 April 2020.
  4. "Marieke Nijkamp Author Interview". jeanbooknerd.com. September 2016. Retrieved 29 April 2020.
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