Children’s Lit and Literary Fiction: a New Blogging Project

I’m excited to introduce a new project: over the next several months, I’ll be a regular contributor to the Ploughshares blog, sharing thoughts about children’s/YA lit and literary fiction and how the two can function together.

As an Emerson alum, I’m thrilled to be a little part of Ploughshares. They have such a great literary tradition, and their blog features some fantastic content.

My first post is now live. This week, I’m talking about the power of children’s literature, Tuck Everlasting, books that stay with you forever, and my reaction to business school bumper stickers.

What books are yours forever? Share in the comments!

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