Hong Kong Writers Circle podcast Episode 19: Cat Soup
In this episode Jane Houng introduces her children's book, Cat Soup and Other Short Stories. She discusses the development of the three chapter books that make up the collection and how they were tailored to a Hong Kong context.
Following that is the second of the four-part panel discussion with Jane, Simon, Reena Bhojwani and Blair Reeve on books they consider to be excellent examples of children's literature and what writers can learn from them. In this episode they discuss The Paper Bag Princess by Robert Munsch.
00:00 - Writing and editing Cat Soup
09:40 - Reading: Who's Boss Now?
22:50 - Interlude: Flow Thru Another by Shy Kids
26:00 - Panel Discussion: The Paper Bag Princess
46:10 - Copyright information
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Jane's website - including links, reviews and readings for Cat Soup
Babette Cole - children's author mentioned by Jane
Lauren Child - children's author mentioned by Jane
The Paper Bag Princess by Robert Munsch
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The Hong Kong Writers Circle podcast Episode 19: Cat Soup was produced by SCC Overton.
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Exerpts were from Cat Soup and Other Short Stories by Jane Houng published by QX Publishing Co; and
The Paper Bag Princess by Robert Munsch, illustrated by Michael Martchenko, published by Annick Press.
The podcast theme music was Jingle Jazz by Quantum Jazz from the album End of Line, used under the terms of a Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike 3.0 licence.
Jingle Jazz (Quantum Jazz) / CC BY-SA 3.0
The interlude music was Flow Thru Another by Shy Kids from the album, Lofty! used under the terms of a Creative Commons Attribution Non-commercial ShareAlike 4.0 licence.
Flow Thru Another (Shy Kids) / CC BY-NC-SA 4.0
The panel discussion music was Let's Bake Something and Sunrise, two pieces from the piano cycle For Children by Béla Bartók, performed by Josephine Chan.
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Thanks as always to Katrina Teh for the podcast artwork.