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Yep, Woodson is the kind of intimidating and articulate person who can come up with thoughtful questions even during an interview. That sentence is great advice for writers of any age. I wanted to hear what insights and inspiration she had to offer those who aspire to do what she does. Decades later, she still loves to write and re-write more on the latter below. What you need to have is a creative way of using the words you have. More than having a large vocabulary, one needs a large vision and be able to see the world in a different way than other people see it. With picture books, [writers] are working with a reader who has a very short attention span and you have to get them from line one and hold them to It also allows them to experiment with tone and form, especially poetic form, because picture books are intentional, the line breaks are intentional, and each line is laying down an image.
Woodson recommends checking out any of the illustrated books that have received the Caldecott Medal or the Coretta Scott King Book Award. Rudine Sims Bishop talks about the importance of kids having both mirrors and windows in their fiction. Figure out why that is so, and rather than fixating on the dilemma of it, challenge it. When I look at Another Brooklyn , I rewrote that about 16 times. And then it falls apart. And you know what you have to do to make it better. You should worry about writing the best piece that you possibly can.
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