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Thank you Bart, for helping me get my account set up! –All so that I could say that I love the term “Child Fiction.” There are times when you want to write (or read) something from a child’s perspective, but the things you want to talk about go beyond what children’s literature typically covers. Also, if we could make this distinction, then perhaps we’d stop foisting on children books that are really meant for adults.
There are examples outside genre fiction where the viewpoint character is a child even though the story is no for children. Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close is a good example.
Anyway, glad I found your zine–and thanks again for the help setting up the account.
Child Fiction–I b’lieve I have one for you.
Will send in July.
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