Stone Soup contributor and 2020-21 intern Anya Geist, 14, talks with Book Club facilitator and member of the Stone Soup Honor Roll Lucy Rados, 13, about the Writing Workshop, the process of submitting to a contest, and the inspiration of nature.
0:18 - How were you introduced to Stone Soup?
0:41 - How long have you subscribed to Stone Soup?
0:50 - Have you submitted anything to Stone Soup?
0:56 - What have you submitted?
1:03 - What was it like to submit to the magazine? Was it your first time submitting your work?
1:36 - What was it like to write a manuscript for the book contest?
2:27 - What is your favorite thing about the Writing Workshop?
3:12 - What is your favorite part about Book Club?
3:56 - Which Stone Soup Summer Camp did you do and what was your favorite part?
4:45 - Are there any specific books or authors that inspire your writing?
5:50 - What else inspires your writing?
6:24 - What do you tend to write about?
7:00 - What is your favorite thing to write about?
7:37 - What genre do you most like to write in?
7:50 - Which Writing Workshop was your favorite?
8:55 - Do you think what you like to read is similar to the style you like to write in?
9:44 - Do you think there is a difference between the writing you do for fun and the writing you do for school?
10:37 - How long have you been writing?
11:09 - Do you feel like your writing has evolved a lot over the years?
12:07 - Do you have a preference between prose and poetry?
13:16 - How much time do you think you spend writing?
14:34 - Do you have any writing advice for your peers?
15:23 - What is your favorite thing about writing?
16:00 - If you could tell somebody about Stone Soup, what would you say?
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