You have read it, of course, or seen it passed around your seventh-grade classroom from cool girl to cool girl and wondered what it was about. It will be a day of Secrets Revealed, of Analysis, of Predictions. We will be talking with Virginia’s former editor, the woman responsible for bringing Flowers in the Attic to a sexually confused and deeply grateful public. You will love V.C. Andrews Day, this much I can promise. You can also be a part of it, should you care to share.
Have you Flowers in the Attic–themed fanart? Has your poem about My Sweet Audrina languished unpublished too long in a mysterious old oak chest in your second-best parlor? Do you have Opinions about the film adaptation (either the incest-free 1980s version or the upcoming remake starring Ellen Barkin)? Send them to us. Send them all to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Most of all, send us your ghostly pale paper flowers. Born brightly colored, then slowly fading to yellow and grey.
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Mallory is an Editor of The Toast.