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Suzanne Collins published a book a year from 2003 - 2010 (most notably The Hunger Games books in 2008, 2009, and 2010). Since then, she only published a 40-page children's book in 2013. Granted, the movies were coming out between 2012 and 2015, but she's only listed as a screenwriter on the first movie, and the final Mockingjay movie came out in November 2015 (over 2 years ago as of the writing of this question).

What have her literary activities been since then? Has she been involved in any significant literary projects since The Hunger Games books (other than the movies)? Has she confirmed involvement in other projects, or stated an intention to become involved in or start a project in the future?

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    I feel like this is going to lead to a lot of speculation. Even if she has said she was planning on things, these things can change a lot...consider cases like Patrick Rothfuss and his Doors of Stone novel, or Scott Lynch and his book Thorn of Emberlain, both (afaik) have repeatedly had dates changed and pushed back, and in the case of Rothfuss, there's no release date at all currently. So this is kinda hard to answer definitively, because even if the publisher has said oh book will come out on x date, that can and often does change. – Ash Jan 4 '18 at 23:37
  • @Ash I guess part of what I've been curious about, too, is what authors actually do when they're not writing - I've been having trouble formulating that as a question that's even remotely answerable, though. – EJoshuaS Jan 4 '18 at 23:57
  • @Ash I edited to try to focus on whether or not she's actually stated that she's involved in anything (or is planning on starting or being involved in anything, regardless of whether she's actually done it or not)... that's hopefully more factual rather than speculative. I do agree that speculative questions are a bad fit for a Q&A site. – EJoshuaS Jan 5 '18 at 0:09

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