Video: Stephenie Meyer and Twilight Storytellers’ Winning Directors

Watch the video above to check out Stephenie Meyer chatting with ‘The Storytellers: New Voices of The Twilight Saga’s’ winning directors.

Vote For Your Favorite Twilight Story

Above is a video for The Storytellers: New Voices of The Twilight Saga campaign with Stephenie Meyer, Kristen Stewart and more. Tongal has now picked the top 40 screenplays submitted and YOU can vote for your favorites here.

Any stories really stick with you?
Which do you hope get made?

Stephenie Meyer Novella – The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner


Since we are having a Jodelle Ferland day why not talk about the book that was written about the character she played in Eclipse, Bree Tanner. This book was phenomenal! I read it in one sitting and couldn’t put it down. I really wish we had more novellas like this for other characters in the book series. If you don’t have a copy yet or know a friend that needs one you can pick up this amazing book at Amazon.

The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner is the riveting story of Bree Tanner, a newborn vampire
first introduced in Eclipse, and the darker side of the world she inhabits. The novella chronicles the newborn vampire army’s journey as they prepare to close in on Bella Swan and the Cullens, following their encounter to its unforgettable conclusion.

Stephenie Meyer Looks Back on a Decade of ‘Twilight’

APP chatted with Stephenie Meyer to talk about a decade of Twilight.

See what she had to say here.
Below is an excerpt:

“It feels like I’m super, super old,” said Meyer, 39. “Like 10 years? Oh, my gosh, I don’t know where it went. But it’s amazing to stop and think back to my life 10 years ago and how drastically it has changed. I just wouldn’t have seen any of it coming. If you had told me back then, ‘Ten years from now you’ll be promoting a movie you produced,’ I’d have been like, ‘What drugs are you taking?’ It’s so bizarre.”

Stephenie Meyer Talks ‘Austenland’

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Stephenie Meyer talks ‘Austenland’ with MTV.

Stephenie Meyer Interviews

Click the links below to check out a few interviews with Stephenie Meyer that she conducted while promoting “Austenland”.

Variety: Q&A Stephenie Meyer: ‘Twilight’ Author Trades Undead for Well-Bred in ‘Austenland’

Access Hollywood: Twilight’s Stephenie Meyer Feels ‘Really Bad’ For Robert Pattinson, Jennifer Lawrence

USA Today: Stephenie Meyer: Critics punished ‘Host’ for ‘Twilight’

Tinsel Korey To Be at This Year’s Stephenie Meyer Day in Forks

Tinsel Korey, Cider Sky and Iko will be at this year’s Stephenie Meyer weekend in Forks which runs September 12-15th.

You can find out about other Stephenie Meyer Day events here.

Below is the press release via Twilight Lexicon:

In addition to vampires, werewolves, and TWILIGHT fans from all over the world, Stephenie Meyer Day 2013 will now be hosting an acoustic concert at the Forever in Forks party, featuring TWILIGHT soundtrack artists Cider Sky and Iko, as well as actress Tinsel Korey, who plays Emily Young in the saga. The 2013 Forever in Forks party will take place during Stephenie Meyer Day weekend, which runs Sept. 12-15.

“The music in the TWILIGHT films played an enormous part in bringing the saga to life, and we’re thrilled to offer fans the opportunity to hear Cider Sky and Iko perform their hits live,” said Sharon Lottes, founder and event planner of Forever in Forks. “And Tinsel Korey is a talented musician in addition to her wonderful portrayal of Emily Young – so we’re proud to offer fans a further look at her musical endeavors.”

The Forever in Forks party is being held at The Elks Lodge on Saturday, Sept. 14 from 6 p.m. – midnight. The party will also feature a buffet dinner catered by Self Catering of Forks; an open bar; free photo booths; and a silent auction and raffle of signed TWILIGHT merchandise. While Forever in Forks can’t confirm the attendance of additional celebrity guests at this time, the Olympic Coven, a group of TWILIGHT lookalikes, will be on hand for photo opportunities and to interact with guests.

“As an event, Stephenie Meyer Day grows in size and scope every year, and we love to be able to offer fans new and unique experiences,” said Staci Chastain, organizer of Stephenie Meyer Day 2013. “A party like the one Forever in Forks is offering has never been done before at our event – and it’s even better that it’s all benefiting a great cause.”

All proceeds from the Forever in Forks party will benefit Stand Up 2 Cancer, a charitable program established by media, entertainment and philanthropic leaders who have been affected by cancer. For $200, fans gain access to all of the Forever in Forks events during Stephenie Meyer Day weekend, which includes a catered welcome breakfast at Tillicum Park and picnic at First Beach on Friday; viewings of BREAKING DAWN: PART I and II on Saturday morning; entrance to the Forever in Forks party on Saturday evening; and a catered farewell breakfast at Tillicum Park on Sunday. For $125, fans can purchase a ticket solely to the Forever in Forks party. To purchase tickets or learn more about the packages and events, please visit

Forever in Forks is an annual gathering for TWILIGHT fans to come together in support of a good cause. Each year, a Forever party is held in a TWILIGHT-related city, with proceeds going toward a chosen charity. In 2012, Forever in Forks raised $2,500 in Los Angeles for Alex’s Lemonade Stand. To learn more about Forever in Forks, please visit

Behind the Scenes of The Host: Chrome Cars

USA Today posted a a BTS clip from The Host DVD which hits tomorrow on DVD. The clip talks about the chrome cars in the movie.

The Host is available to order from Amazon.

Art Project For Stephenie Meyer Day

Twilight Lexicon posted the following information on how you can participate in a project to provide fans with a way to say “Thank You!” to Stephenie Meyer for the annual Stephenie Meyer Day in Forks.

Stephenie Meyer Day is a celebration of all things Twilight and a way to say ‘thank you’ to Stephenie Meyer for her amazing contribution to literature! Her stories introduced us to a world we never knew existed. Hidden away in the beautiful Olympic Peninsula is the small town of Forks, Washington, shrouded in an almost constant cover of clouds. It is here that we will gather from September 12-15to celebrate our love of Twilight, the fandom we’ve grown to love, and the friends we’ve met along the way.

Stephenie Meyer Day and the Olympic Coven would like to ask you to join us in saying ‘thank you’ to the incomparable Stephenie Meyer. Write a letter, draw a picture, print out your pictures from Twilight events, etc. to show your appreciation. Submissions must be on a standard sheet of paper (8 ½ by 11) and no more than three pages long. If your submission is any longer or on any other size paper, we cannot guarantee it will be included. Submissions must be received by August 31, 2013. Please submit your “thanks” to:

Stephenie Meyer Day
PO Box 1268
Loganville, Georgia 30052

We will compile all the submissions into a scrapbook (or two) and add a little love from Forks over Stephenie Meyer Day Weekend. We will then send our books to Stephenie Meyer herself! You do not have to be attending to participate; you just have to love Twilight! We look forward to seeing your submissions, Twihards, and thank you from all of us!

Stephenie Meyer Talks The Host and More With Vulture

Vulture chatted with Stephenie Meyer about The Host, body image, her James McAvoy fantasy and more.

Check it all out here.
Below is an excerpt:

Do you have an eye obsession? In both Twilight and The Host, your characters end up with glowy eyes.

I don’t know! It seems to come out a lot, right? I don’t consciously do that, so I must really be into eyes. My brother’s an optometrist, so I pick up on that. But by the time they had to wear the really awful contacts, everybody’s miserable, and it’s my fault. Although, in this, in The Host, it’s not quite my fault. In the book, it’s not as obvious, which would make it easier for the aliens to invade. It’s only when you shine a light at them that you get an odd reflection, and you wouldn’t know otherwise. But Andrew [Niccol, the director] wanted something very pronounced, so it’s his fault. And it was hard, with the dust storms in the desert. We had lens techs out there constantly putting drops in their eyes, and it slows production down. We did that with Twilight, so many years of contacts and pain, crying and anguish. You think you would learn!

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