The September issue of The Edge of the Forest is now up.
Courtesy of Kelly at Big A little a, here is a list of some of the great features this month:
An interview with Phil Bildner, by Camille Powell.
An appreciation of Patrick McDowell's picture books, by Adrienne Furness.
Kelly discusses Anglo-American versions of Baba Yaga tales in Baba Yaga Heads West
I review Barry Lyga's Fanboy and Boy Toy
Kim Winters talks being on retreat in A Day in the Life
Betsy Bird (A Fuse #8 Production) tells us What's in their Backpacks?
Robin Brande is this month's Blogging Writer
Sounds from the Forest talks with Mary Anne Hoberman and Deborah Freedman (Brought to you by Just One More Book!!)
Plus, of course, reviews in all categories—from Picture book to Young Adult.
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