I can't tell the stars from the downtown lights

Colfer goes Glee free for new book [Press Association]


Scholastic Book Fairs: The Land of Stories: The Wishing Spell


Book Club - Chris Colfer (by magicfm1054)

(Source: smoakqueen)


“Dear Chris,

I recently met this guy who I thought was pretty hot. We danced the night away and were getting on like a house on fire. I had to make a quick exit at midnight as I was worried my coat would turn back into a pumpkin. But as I left, I accidentally left my shoe behind. He found it and has been going around using it to track me down, it’s kinda creeping me out! Couldn’t he just have asked me for my number? What should I do?

Loads of love,


Chris Colfer talks The Land of Stories and Jane Lynch being his Glee fairy godmother [Source]


From Parent magazine


From Parent magazine


'Glee' Star Casts a 'Wishing Spell'


Almost overnight, Chris Colfer, who plays Kurt Hummel on “Glee,” is turning into a one-man cottage industry. Whereas several of his cast mates have recorded albums or pursued jobs on stage, Mr. Colfer has turned to writing books and movies.

The 22-year-old actor wrote, stars in and executive produced an independent feature, “Struck By Lightning,” that Tribeca Films will release this fall. Meanwhile, his first young adult novel, “The Land of Stories: The Wishing Spell,” entered the New York Times Bestseller Children’s Books list at No. 1 over the weekend, where it remains this Sunday.

Besides shooting the fourth season of “Glee,” Mr. Colfer said he is at work on a sequel to “The Land of Stories,” several other screenplays and recently adapted the children’s book “The Little Leftover Witch” for the Disney Channel, which, for the moment has decided not to produce a pilot.

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