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Emily James

Interviewed by John Haggerty Read Emily James' fiction piece, Because Love Was a Piñata John: I love that this story is set on Valentines Day, the ultimate c...

Rachel M. Hanson

Interviewed by John Haggerty Read Rachel M. Hanson's nonfiction piece, On Returning to Appalachia John: One of the things this piece does really well is evok...

Claudia Monpere

Smash Lits with Sara Crowley Read Claudia Monpere's nonfiction piece, Hiding from Mary 1) How do you take your coffee? Black coffee in a tumbler. Bright red...

Ola W. Halim

Interviewed by Rachel Wild Read Ola W. Halim's fiction piece, Running Rachel: This is a lovely story about a young man who is gay and the ramifications this ...

Mary Dansak

Interviewed by Heather Cripps Read Mary Dansak's nonfiction piece, A Sister's Guide to Grief Heather: This piece is a beautiful portrayal of what it is like ...

Jo Gatford

Interviewed by Heather Cripps Read Jo Gatford's fiction piece, Flying Ant Day Heather: The central magic realist metaphor of Alice disappearing works beautif...

A Cerisse Cohen

Interviewed by Rachel Wild Read A Cerisse Cohen's fiction piece, Glens Rachel: This is an intriguing and funny story. What was the inspiration for it? A Cer...

Emma Venables

Interviewed by John Haggerty Read Emma Venables' fiction piece, Unknown Woman, 1990 John: One of the things that I love about this piece is how it deconstruc...