Sunday, November 27, 2011

Want to have an Enchanted Conversation?

Once upon a time, Kate Wolford started a delightful online magazine called Enchanted Conversation for all of us fairytale lovers who had grown up but can't let go of our addiction (as proof, with some of my first money earned as an adult, I bought volumes by Hans Christian Anderson, the Brothers Grimm, and Andrew Lang...one of my personal favorites...and they grace my shelves as they had for the past 30 years).

Alas, Enchanted Conversation is closing its doors, but I have been incredibly lucky to be chosen to do a guest blog post. It's up right now! Go on, you know you wanna read it. It has food, childhood memories, fire hazards, brave hero gone nut-soid, his beautiful wife, and a couple of magical moon bunnies. Almost as exciting as The Princess Bride! Ok, not really, but it's a cute story if you like multicultural myths.  :)

I know many of us will miss Enchanted Conversation and the twists on fairy tales that it offered, but I wish Kate the best in her new venture, Nostalgia. Edited. and invite you to join her there where she has lots of fun things planned!

"There is no such thing in anyone's life as an unimportant day." – Alexander Woolcott

5 comments:

Under the Willow said...

Great read! What an honor to be chosen as the last guest post.

TeresaR said...

Thanks so much, Carrie! It was, indeed, an honor, and it was fun to write too!

Name: Holly Bowne said...

Wow, what an honor Teresa! To be their final guest post. Nice writing!

TeresaR said...

Holly, thank you! I was very flattered to be asked to do this guest post. :)

Michelle said...

Hey T,

Just finished reading your guest blog post. That fairytale was so fun to read! Are a lot of Chinese fairytales about things that exist on and around the earth? We have a book we picked up in Hawaii about the Chinaman's hat (an island off of Oahu) and the story is about the character lick bean and how his adventure created the island called Chinaman's hat. I love stories like that. I'll certainly see the sun differently now ;)