My contribution to Zoe Brooks’ Magic Realism Blog Hop… this article sums up some of my thoughts on the fine-line between magic realism and children’s literature. Children have a natural third eye always open to anything magical. What is considered absurd by us is simply ordinary to them. A thought-provoking article.
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