I can be found elsewhere

today, on Katherine Langrish’s wonderful blog, Seven Miles of Steel Thistles, doing pretty much my favourite thing – rambling about fairy tales.

Anyone with the smallest interest in folk tales, myths, fantasy and children’s literature, or just beautiful, thoughtful writing, should check out this blog (and of course Katherine’s books too, the well-travelled Troll Fell and its sequels).

Not only does Katherine herself write so well, she has also invited a humblingly stellar list of guests to contribute to her Fairytale Reflections series. It’s a real honour for me to be included there. Thank you, Katherine!

More travel rambling coming soon…

2 Responses to “I can be found elsewhere”

  1. 1 Clare July 31, 2011 at 1:05 pm

    Lily I really enjoyed your essay while away in Wales, a short journey leaving with a baby and coming back with a toddler. Can’t believe you have been away a year now. I must find a really good book of fairy tales to share with Milo in a couple of years’ time, (on one level) – your insights into how they describe relationships was very moving.


  2. 2 rambutanchik August 4, 2011 at 3:54 pm

    Thanks, Clare. I hope I get to give Milo some fairytale books!


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