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Catherynne M. Valente
“This time I shall not lead you into a new corner of the house of the world. We know it so well by now, after all. We know where the Fairies live and where the shadows fall, where the cobwebs really ought to be cleaned up if anyone ever gets around to it, where a window is loose, where a door creaks. We are annoyed by the stove that will not light, by the weeds in the garden, by that ungodly mess in the closet. A thing too familiar becomes invisible.

It is time for us to Go Out.

But do not fear, even if it is colder outside than you might prefer, if Spring has once again been rudely tardy, if the trees only have a breath of green at their tips like a fine lady's jade rings, if the sun is pale and high and makes you squint, if the wind, for there is always wind, bites and pierces deep. Tug up your best coat round your neck and tie your longest scarf tight. You may hold my hand if you like. I promise, it is good for your health to step outside the house of the world. After all, we are not going far.

Only so far as the mailbox.”
Catherynne M. Valente, The Boy Who Lost Fairyland

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“A choice is like a jigsaw puzzle, darling troll. Your worries are the corner pieces, and your hopes are the edge pieces, and you, Hawthorn, dearest of boys, are the middle pieces, all funny-shaped and stubborn. But the picture, the picture was there all along, just waiting for you to get on with it.”
Catherynne M. Valente, The Boy Who Lost Fairyland

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“Every person draws a map that shows themselves at the center. But that does not mean that no other countries exist.”
Catherynne M. Valente, The Boy Who Lost Fairyland

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“Being Necessary is food no less than cabbages and strawberry pies.”
Catherynne M. Valente, The Girl Who Soared Over Fairyland and Cut the Moon in Two

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“You get the face you build your whole life, with work and loving and grieving and laughing and frowning.”
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