Stone Soup author Mathilde Fox-Smith, 11, talks about how she develops a story over time and the process of editing and revising – including encouraging us not to be afraid to seek and take advice, and how writing for publication has helped her evolve as a writer. Mathilde’s story “The Crownweaver” (November/December 2014) is published in Stone Soup.

Here’s a list of the questions she answers in this video.

0:25 — What attracts you to creative writing?

0:30 — What inspired you to write “The Crownweaver”?

1:00 — Describe your writing process?

1:40 — How has being published in Stone Soup benefited you?

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