Stone Soup contributor and 20-21 intern Anya Geist, 14, talks with Stone Soup newcomer Katie Pausin, 11, about her unfinished picture book about a traveling penguin, how Erin Hunter's Warrior Cats series inspires her to write in different points of view, and the importance of quiet in breeding creativity.
0:19 - How were you introduced to Stone Soup?
0:47 - Do you subscribe to Stone Soup and if so for how long have you been a subscriber?
0:54 - Have you ever submitted anything to Stone Soup?
1:12 - Do you think you would want to submit anything in the future?
1:35 - What is your favorite part about the Writing Workshop?
1:55 - Which Writing Workshop was your favorite?
2:16 - What is your favorite part about Book Club?
2:44 - What was your favorite part about the Summer Camp?
3:10 - What was your picture book about?
3:36 - Are there any specific books, authors, or artists that inspire your writing/art?
4:30 - Are there any artists whose work you particularly like?
4:55 - Do you get artistic inspiration from your own life?
5:17 - Do you prefer to write in the genre of personal narrative?
5:45 - What kind of stuff do you like to draw?
6:10 - What is your favorite thing about writing?
6:37 - Do you like to include descriptive language in your writing?
6:45 - What is your favorite thing about art?
7:12 - How much time do you spend writing/making art?
8:18 - Is the art you do for fun different from the art you do for school?
9:23 - Do you think the writing you do for fun is different from the writing you do for school?
10:42 - Do you have a favorite place to write or draw?
11:25 - Is there anything else you want to say?
11:39 - Do you have any advice about art for your peers?
12:58 - Do you have any writing advice for your peers?
13:36 - If you could tell somebody about Stone Soup, what would you say?