This episode I chat to author Kirsty Logan about fairy tales, the subconscious, and stories outside the mainstream.
Kirsty Logan is the author of Fantasy novel THE GRACEKEEPERS, about an ocean-filled world where land is scarce, a travelling circus boat, a bear, and a girl charged with tending the souls of the dead. We talk about her fascination with fairy tales while growing up, her short stories, writing retreats, perceptions of mainstream versus niche books, and why weird is good.
This is a great episode to listen to if you want to know:
– what if my ideas aren’t like most other books?
– how can I write about weird things?
– how can I use fairy tales in my work?
– what’s it like going on writing retreat?
– how can I bounce back from criticism or rejection?
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