The magic lives on in suburbia: Kristen Caven’s The Souls of Her Feet

Kristen Caven’s The Souls Of Her Feet

How and where did you learn so much about fashion and shoes? Who were your design inspirations?

Who’s the intended audience for your book? Teens, new adults, older people who get nostalgic about high school?

Is it different to write teenage characters than to write adults? How do you get back into the teen psyche?

What did you want to change about Cinderella? What do you think of Rebecca Solnit’s Cinderella Liberator (if you’ve read that?)

What would you say to those who critique the story of Cinderella by saying it’s too focused on the heroine’s appearance, or that she should rescue herself instead of depending on the prince?

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