NEW Online Discussion: The Fate of Imaginative Children

Thanks to Rolli for offering our first new Online Discussion!

The Fate of Imaginative Children

We’d love to hear any comments you have. (Please return to this post to comment.) Let’s get this discussion going!

Rolli is a writer and cartoonist from Regina. He’s the author of numerous titles for children and adults, including Kabungo (Groundwood), winner of the Joan Betty Stuchner Award, and the illustrated story collection Dr. Franklin’s Staticy Cat. His cartoons appear regularly in The Wall Street Journal, Reader’s Digest, and other top outlets.

Visit Rolli’s website (rollistuff.com) and follow him on Twitter @rolliwrites.

One thought on “NEW Online Discussion: The Fate of Imaginative Children

  1. Thank goodness for daydreams! Much more controllable than those at night. And the perfect get-away from anywhere or anything – and if you’re lucky no one even notices you’ve “gone”. All of my writing starts with daydreaming. It’s the only way I know to start.

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