Tobias Haglund is one of Literally Stories’ founding editors and was responsible for a great deal of the early work that appeared in the site. Flanders Fields appeared during the first summer of LS’s existence and hasn’t paled a shade yet. It echoes beautifully the courage and sacrifices of war.
Q: How were you able to come up with so many top pieces so often during the early days of the site? Seems you must have written round the clock.
Q: I had to look up (i.e. “Google”) the event. I’m always stunned by the depth of my ignorance. Have you further feelings to express on the subject?