Taken from the blog of Dr. Dale Grove
This is an interview about an upcoming short story entitled Lost Man that that will be included of the upcoming Western Maryland Writers Anthology that focuses on fairy tales. Ashley Crookham will also be publishing a short fairy tale, and she took on the role of one of her characters, Elaty Riaf, in the interview that follows.
ELATY: How excited were you about this anthology’s fairy tale theme?
ELATY: Your main character’s name is Winston. How did he get his name and did anyone in particular inspire him?
ELATY: Why did you choose Peter Pan as the fairy tale on which to base your short story?
ELATY: Why did you add so much humor in your story and how did you think it up?
ELATY: Tell us about when/where you mostly spent your time writing this story? Did you do anything different from your using writing practices?
ELATY: Last question then I’ll let you get back to counting all of your patents. Do you believe in fairy tale endings?