Author Cecily Wolfe Responds To “Why Young-Adult Fiction Is A Dangerous Fantasy”

I was going though my reader feed when I noticed a new post by the fabulous blog SugarQuills. In the post, author Cecily Wolfe gives her opinion on the article “Why Young-Adult Fiction Is A Dangerous Fantasy” written by Joe Nutt.

I’m sharing it with you because it was so good. I must say I am team Wolfe.

Click on the image below to read the full article on SugarQuills.

Have a wonderful Saturday.

Love & Cheers,

Rachel McKee

Author: Rachel McKee

I love reading about everything. I'm not a book snob. Lately I have been "reading" a lot of picture books to my toddler and baby. In my past life before motherhood, I was a professional technical editor and writer.

7 thoughts on “Author Cecily Wolfe Responds To “Why Young-Adult Fiction Is A Dangerous Fantasy””

  1. I’m not in the pit as it were but I’m team Wolfe also. Honestly, the so-called “classics” are painful to most students and do not cultivate a love of reading in a vast majority of people. I even know English majors who found them rather painful. While it is important to recognize literary heritage, it is also important to try to cultivate a love of reading and to do that you must find material that interests your students.

    I’m not really a huge reader because of my high school and college English experiences. It largely put me off. I read some here and there but probably not like I should. I actually went nearly a decade without touching a novel. It’s something I deeply regret now that I see a whole new world of literature out there and not just the painful stuff I was forced to read in high school.

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