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REPOST: What is it about the Trickster? Barb Taub interviews Sue Vincent

An Interview with Sue Vincent plus a review of Mister Fox: The Legend: 


Sue Vincent, along with partner Stuart France, writes beautiful, haunting, thought-provoking books with universal themes. And then there’s Mister Fox. I fell in love with this seriously weird, viscerally beautiful, hilarious, and just plain fun series of graphic tales. Sue’s health is seriously failing, but her spirit still overflows with a larger-than-life delight in family, history, and love, as you can see in this interview from some years back.


Mister_Fox_Cover_for_KindleI have seen them write in fire on the darkness…and heard the drums beaten with flaming brands. 

Where do they come from? 

They come out of the night…

Where do they go to?
Back to the night they return…
They dance in the dark to pipe and drum and fiddle
They dance in the dark with fire and brandished flame…

No-one knows who they are…
But why do they dance?
What is the story behind this magical spectacle?
There are rumours, legends…
Don and Wen set out to investigate.
In a darkened corner of the Waggon and Horses, Langsett, a hooded and enigmatic figure whispers secrets…

Continue reading at Barb Taub

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