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Stone Soup contributor and 20-21 intern Anya Geist, 14, talks with winner of the Weekly Flash Contest Tilly Marlow, 11, about her favorite authors, the perspective that comes with writing in a tree, and the beauty of sharing one's thoughts in writing.

0:19 - How were you introduced to Stone Soup?

0:44 - Do you subscribe to Stone Soup and if so for how long?

1:04 - How did it feel to submit to a contest?

1:30 - Have you submitted anything to the magazine?

1:45 - What is your favorite thing about the Writing Workshop?

2:47 - Do you remember having a favorite Writing Workshop? If so, which one?

3:09 - What is your favorite thing about Book Club?

3:33 - Do you have a favorite book from Book Club?

3:47 - Did you do any of the Summer Camps?

3:58 - Are there any specific books or authors that inspire your writing?

4:20 - What is it about your favorite author's writing that you like?

4:36 - Is fantasy your favorite genre to write in?

4:48 - Which specific types of fantasy do you like best?

5:17 - Do you get writing inspiration from your own life?

5:33 - What is your favorite thing to write about?

5:54 - Do you write both prose and poetry?

6:10 - How much time do you spend writing?

6:38 - Do you have a favorite place to write?

6:57 - What is it about writing in a tree that you like?

7:18 - Do you prefer writing on paper over typing?

7:28 - Do you find that there's a difference between the two?

8:15 - Is the writing you do for fun different from the writing you do for school?

8:53 - What is your favorite thing about writing?

9:37 - When did you first start writing?

9:46 - Do you think your writing preferences have changed over time?

10:24 - Are there any specific techniques you often use when writing?

10:58 - Is there anything else you'd like to say?

11:18 - Do you have any writing advice for your peers?

11:44 - If you could tell somebody about Stone Soup, what would you say?

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