This week Alisa Kolenovic and Irena Bruza asked: "If you could live risk free in any city in the world, real of ficitonal, which city would it be and why"
“Kind of stereotypical/obvious for me, but here we go--I would love to live in Rivendell (Imladris), Middle Earth! It seems to be such a carefree happy sort of area. Not to mention the mystery that surrounds it is too tempting to pass up. I'd pick Lothlorien, but the forest is too enclosed for my liking.” – Amina Tajbhai
“Definitely Never Never Land. It’s a place where you get to keep your childhood innocence forever. Who could ask for more? And the fairies are awesome too.” –Tiffany Colon
“Paris in the 1920's, Shanghai in the 40's, Cuba in the 50's, New York in the 80's, Barcelona now. No glittering fantasy metropolis could replace real urban grit in my heart. Well, ok, on that note, I could stand maybe going to Gotham City for a while so I could go on a date or five with Batman.” –Ingrid Feeney
“I'd love to live in Oz, but Gregory Maguire's version.” – Dominique Gauvard
“Wonderland. Seriously, Alice did not make good use of that place. There is an opium-smoking caterpillar, that’s all I have to say. An opium-smoking caterpillar.” -Mohan Bell
"Willy Wonka's factory." - Jordan Roettele
"Atlantis, to see if Plato was right." - Julie Mikheyeva