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Years later, doing fantasy role-playing on a forum, I developed the character of this hapless, overdressed fairy who kept flitting onto the scene and wreaking havoc.
I grew very fond of her, and decided to write a book about her adventures in a world of human “giants.” Small Persons with Wings features bullying of both humans and fairies. (Ellen at age 13 below.) I was bullied a bit in elementary school, being skinny and socially maladroit. In all cases I reacted exactly the way my character Mellie does in SMALL PERSONS—I went stoic, kept my face impassive, didn’t let anyone know I was scared or hurt or embarrassed.
at the Peabody Institute Library, 82 Main St., Peabody Lawrence Millman (Giant Polypores & Stoned Reindeer) reads at 7 p.m.
at the Harvard Coop Rainbow Rowell (Fangirl) and David Levithan (Two Boys Kissing) read at 7 p.m.
Before we built it, I’d figured you just went to the house store and bought one, so it was a great experience. The working title is CONNOR’S BANSHEE, and it’s in very rough draft stage. Thanks so much for inviting me on your blog, Sarah! Small Persons with Wings was just released on January 20, 2011. Photo of Ellen at age 13, same age as her protagonist, from her yearbook.Seeking to escape her “runaway imagination,” Mellie started collecting facts about science and art, but the teasing continued through seventh grade.