A Brightly Lit, Mysterious World

I was recently interviewed for an article on Urbo.com about the history and appeal of carnivals, and of course, carnival talk.

A Brightly Lit, Mysterious World: Inside the Traveling Carnival

“There’s a feeling with a carnival that it might not be entirely solid or real, that magic could still happen in the cracks,” says Winter. “You may still be able to get your fortune told, you can have your face painted and become someone else, get lost for a moment in a hall of mirrors, or delightfully scared in a spooky ride. There’s a liminal quality that isn’t found in many other places in our brightly lit, modern world.”

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