Few things are as powerful as feeling like your story matters.

e.E. Charlton-Trujillo

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As one of the most dynamic speakers today, e.E. Charlton-Trujillo's school visits are part rock concert, pep rally and an enthusiastic invitation for young people to be heard. It is an opportunity for conversations, ideas and a chance to go beyond the page of a book and engage students about their own stories.


From traditional and alternative schools, from libraries to juvenile detention, Trujillo has witnessed creative shifts in the most reluctant readers and writers in the work they do. 

Want Trujillo to visit your school, library, SCBWI event, writing conference, university or alternative education program, contact bigdreamswrite@gmail.com

Also, e.E. proudly support equity and inclusivity in the world of books and beyond. They are not not available for any book events that discriminate against marginalized or underrepresented people.

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“e. empowered our students during small group writing, private conferences with ISS students as well as engaging the entire student body. She is easily one of the best author visits we’ve experienced.

Eva Goins
Anderson Middle School, TX

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It has been a time of change . . . 

While Trujillo is participating in real-time events, many are not ready or able to return to in person visits.


e.E. continues to offer virtual visits to libraries and students from elementary to grad school.

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In Person Visits

All of Trujillo's visits cater to meeting young people where they are in their storytelling journey. Class, race, body image, bullying, self-esteem and the power of story are some of the topics that can be part of their visit.


Whether it is to an auditorium of students or smaller groups, Trujillo's visits are interactive, informative and fun even for the most reluctant creative in your school or program.

Note: e.E. is vaccinated and will Covid19 test prior to any visit. Any adult that interacts with e.E. is asked to wear a mask in accordance to CDC guidelines.