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Stone Soup contributor and 20-21 intern Anya Geist, 14, talks with three time winner of the Weekly Flash Contest Enni Harlan, 13, about writing a novel, the research that goes into historical fiction, and the feeling of living in your story.

0:18 - How were you introduced to Stone Soup?

0:49 - How did you decide to submit to the Flash Contests and how did you feel when you won?

1:05 - Did you ever not win when you submitted?

1:18 - What was it like to receive a rejection?

1:28 - Have you ever submitted to Stone Soup Magazine?

1:39 - Did it feel different to submit to the Magazine than it felt to submit to the Flash Contest?

2:08 - What was your favorite part about the Writing Workshop?

2:30 - How did it feel to write a book?

2:53 - What was your book about?

3:24 - Would you write another historical fiction novel?

3:49 - What was your favorite part about writing a book?

4:06 - How did it feel to submit the finished product?

4:45 - What is your favorite thing about writing?

5:05 - Which is your favorite genre to write in?

5:29 - Do you find that the writing you do for school is different from the writing you do for fun?

6:03 - Do you have any writing advice for your peers?

6:21 - How would you describe Stone Soup?

 

 

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