A conversation with Sheree Fitch

Monday, November 13, 2006.

Sheree FitchOur family was extremely lucky to spend 3 hours chatting with author (Sleeping Dragons All Around), poet (If I Had a Million Onions) and all-round interesting person, Sheree Fitch. We had a great time!!

Mark has whittled the recording down to a 30-minute conversation that includes Sheree’s thoughts on writing for children, the Theology of Nonsense and the power of poetry.

For more on The Theology of Nonsense, listen to Sheree on Mark’s Podcast, Electric Sky.

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October 26, 2007 @ 12:20 pm

[...] For the rest, check out Fitch’s book.  Also, see Just One More Book’s interview with Sheree from a while back, fore more about her and her work. [...]

Comment by Charlotte Dornadic

December 29, 2007 @ 1:11 pm

I have been searching everywhere for a copy of Sleeping Dragons all Around for my 3 1/2 year old neice who absolutely adores the story. I found it on line in the state but can’t seem to get it shipped. Can you help. I met Shere years ago and truly admire her and her work.

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Comment by Isabelle

January 27, 2010 @ 3:33 pm

Going to see Sheree Fitch at the Mother Daughter Book Club. We read the gravesavers. Its to good and interesting!

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