Welcome to the website of author Robin Stevenson.

Robin Stevenson is an award winning author of twenty novels for kids and teens. Her writing has been translated into a number of languages and published in many countries, including Germany, South Korea, Turkey, Finland, Norway, Sweden, Australia, New Zealand, and Slovenia. Her novel A Thousand Shades of Blue was a finalist for Canada's top literary honor, the Governor General's Award.

Robin's nonfiction book-- Pride: Celebrating Diversity and Community--is a 2017 Stonewall Honor book, and was selected for the USSBY Outstanding International Books list, the Rainbow List, the Tri-State Review Committee Books of Note and OLA Best Bets. It was a finalist for the Sheila A. Egoff Award and the Red Maple Award, and is shortlisted for the Red Cedar Award, the Hackmatack Award, and the Canadian Children's Literature Roundtable's Information Book of the Year. Pride is about LGBTQ Pride, its history, and the beautiful, resilient and diverse community that celebrates it.

If you look around this site, you’ll find out more about Robin, her books, and and her writing workshops. If you don’t find what you are looking for– or just want to say hello–then send Robin an e-mail. She loves hearing from readers and writers of all ages.

Pride is a fantastic achievement, a book that gives serious attention to often ignored groups within LGBT history…. Pride should be shelved in school libraries and classrooms alike…Highly recommended.-Canadian Materials