"Children's Writers Plumb the Depths of Fear" Publisher's Weekly

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Title

"Children's Writers Plumb the Depths of Fear" Publisher's Weekly

Description

This 1995 Publisher's Weekly article examines the rise in popularity of suspense and horror books among middle-grade readers. "But it's all fear, isn't it?" Cormier says succinctly at a panel dedicated to the subject, referring to the everyday fears and anxieties that plague adolescents. The panel included John Peel, Erika Tamar, David Wiesner, and Ellen LiBretto and their conversion built on the theories of psychologist Bruno Bettelheim.

Creator

Source

Publisher's Weekly

Publisher

Robert E. Cormier Collection at Fitchburg State University's Amelia V. Gallucci-Cirio Library

Date

27 March 1995

Contributor

AnnaMary L. Consalvo
Katharine Covino
Elise Takehana

Format

JPG, 8.5x11

Language

English

Citation

M.P. Dunleavey, “"Children's Writers Plumb the Depths of Fear" Publisher's Weekly,” Robert E. Cormier Archive Collection 3, accessed March 7, 2021, https://robertcormiertwistedintimacy.omeka.net/items/show/81.

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