From NewStatesman via Fantasy Glasgow: English magic: How folklore haunts the British landscape
From BuzzFeed Books via SCBWI British Isles: If White Characters Were Described Like People of Color in Literature - Surely there must be more appetizing pale foods than mayonnaise, cauliflower, and tapioca?
At Gotham Writers via SCBWI Belgium: Elmore Leonard: 10 Rules for Good Writing. Short, sweet, yup.
From HuffPost via SCBWI Belgium: How To Think Like a Writer
The Trailer for Alice Through the Looking Glass
From OMG Facts: 5 Things You Didn't Know Grimm's Fairytales And Will Now Think About All Differently - interesting.
From the BBC: Orpheus Underground...Novelist Neil Gaiman explores the intricacies of the Orpheus myth, the timeless story of art's place in trying to recover the dead.
From Arts.Mic via Stumble: 14 Brilliant Pieces of Literature You Can Read in the Time It Takes to Eat Lunch
At the poke. Elizabethan Superheroes. They've made the rounds before, but they're worth another look for my costume design friends at the University of Edinburgh.
At The Picture Book Den: Looking at the illustration of eyes in children's picture books - Peony Lewis
At BoredPanda: Fairytales Come to Life in Magical Photos by Russian Photographer Margarita Kareva