Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Read what Professor Amy Clarke REALLY has to say

Professor Amy Clarke of the University of California, expert on teen literature, has recently been quoted in the Washington Post and also by writer, Leonard Sax, for her views on the Twilight novels. What we didn't know is that she says she was misrepresented in these articles, one of which we posted not too long ago on this very blog. She commented yesterday telling us of this error. To read her actual views and thoughts on the books, go to this website and read the interview she did there. We are sorry Amy for posting this misrepresentation. We, of course, had no idea and apologize. To quote Amy, "Just goes to show that you can't trust everything you read in the newspaper." Sad, but true.

4 comments:

Cindy said...

Yes, we do apologize to Ms. Clarke and we thank her for setting the record straight. Thanks to Holly for posting Ms. Clarke's review of Twilight. I'm grateful we had the chance to correct this misrepresentation!

Tara D said...

Yes Holly, thanks for posting this.

-Melissa- said...

Thanks Holly for posting this.

Amy Clarke said...

Thanks for fixing that!

Amy Clarke