1. Writer Allison Pearson talks about obsessive teen girl fan culture — and trying to recreate that fan culture for her novel I Think I Love You, on today’s Fresh Air:  "One of the challenges in recreating that 13-year-old mindset is that  you’re still constructing yourself. You’re still wondering  who you are and trying to get that kind of feeling of transparency, of  looking back to that young girl. One thing that did give me pause for  thought, when I told my female friends now that I was writing about a  13-year-old girl, without exception they all said, ‘I would not go back  to being 13 for a million pounds.’" (full interview here) View in High-Res

    Writer Allison Pearson talks about obsessive teen girl fan culture — and trying to recreate that fan culture for her novel I Think I Love You, on today’s Fresh Air"One of the challenges in recreating that 13-year-old mindset is that you’re still constructing yourself. You’re still wondering who you are and trying to get that kind of feeling of transparency, of looking back to that young girl. One thing that did give me pause for thought, when I told my female friends now that I was writing about a 13-year-old girl, without exception they all said, ‘I would not go back to being 13 for a million pounds.’" (full interview here)

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