Bestselling author Aiden Thomas to present webinar with Wyoming Humanities

Wyoming Humanities is honored to present New York Times-bestselling author Aiden Thomas (“Cemetery Boys”) in conversation with Emy diGrappa, exploring life, writing, and so much more.

This free live event takes place at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, April 16. Registration is required. Registration is required and can be done at

Aiden Thomas is a trans, Latinx, New York Times bestselling author of young adult novels. They received an MFA in Creative Writing from Mills College. Originally from Oakland, California, they now make their home in Portland, Oregon.

As shared in their biography, “Aiden is notorious for not being able to guess the endings of books and movies, and organizes their bookshelves by color.”

“Books tell us stories that we may find relatable, to help us reach an understanding with each other – and Aiden’s books are no exception,” said Lucas Fralick, program coordinator for Wyoming Humanities. “We’re excited to hear Aiden share their thoughts on the writing process, Cemetery Boys and what books mean to them.”

This event is made possible in part by the National Endowment for the Humanities: United We Stand. Support is also provided by the Wyoming Center for the Book, now housed with Wyoming Humanities.

For more information, contact Lucas Fralick at