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Interview with Dawn Kurtagich, Author of And the Trees Crept In

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Our 32nd episoee features Dawn Kurtagich, author of And The Trees Crept In, a Young Adult psychological horror that is both breathtaking and terrifying. Dawn, however, could not be more cheerful! She spoke with Adam at the American Library Association Annual Convention in Orlando where they discussed the difficult life situations that inspire her writing, the importance of color in her life and her secret to always have a bright outlook no matter what is going on around her.

Dawn's reading recommendations:

House of Leaves by Mark Z Danielewski

Night of the Living Dummy by R.L. Stine

The Foretelling by Alice Hoffman

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