Denis Markell: All The Wonders, Episode 310

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Denis Markell (@DenisMarkell), author of Click Here to Start, stops by the podcast to talk about setting a mystical adventure in a mundane space, making the kid characters feel real, and the notion that just because you haven’t found the solution doesn’t mean that there isn’t one (you just have to keep trying).

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Matthew Winner


Matthew Winner is an elementary library media specialist in Elkridge, Maryland. He is is the co-founder and content director of All The Wonders, a childrenโ€™s literature website and more, and host of the Let's Get Busy podcast, a weekly podcast where Matthew talks to authors, illustrators, award winners, up-and-comers, and everyone in between. In 2013 Matthew was named a Library Journal Mover & Shaker and was invited to the White House as part of the Champions of Change program. For more information, connect with Matthew on Twitter at @MatthewWinner .


  1. Guys, I could SO sense the kindred-spirit comraderie going on here and it was a joy to witness. I loved hearing about so much more of what your process was, Denis, in developing this wonderful book (I LOVE it!), and both your takes on the value side of video games. For me, it’s the addictive aspect that’s troubling, not video game playing itself. In fact, I’m a big fan of Minecraft, especially the creative aspects (a post from my “other” blog ). What a fantastic podcast, and to me, this book is a perfect tool to address racial prejudice. Hugs to you both ๐Ÿ˜€

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