Seven Links 10/12/19 Traci Kenworth

Traci Kenworth shares some brilliant blog posts across a number of topics including some excellent writing links.

Where Genres Collide Traci Kenworth YA Author

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Seven
Links 10/12/19

Traci
Kenworth

Writing:

1. https://lithub.com/philip-pullman-on-childrens-literature-and-the-critics-who-disdain-it/
“This talk is going to be partly at least about children’s literature, or so it
says in the program. I should say at the outset that I’m not going to treat the
subject in an academic way, even if I could; I find it hard to think about
anything for very long, or at all deeply, unless I can get some practical grasp
of it. My qualifications for saying anything about books that children read are
strictly limited to the fact that I write them. So these reflections are those
of someone who makes up stories and thinks about how he does it, rather than
those of a scholar who has studied the subject from an academic point of view.

I thought I should begin by trying to say
what children’s literature is; but that’s not as easy as it seems…

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