Interview

Andrea Eberly

Interviewed by Sommer Schafer Read Andrea Eberly's fiction piece, The Mouse and the Walnut Shell Sommer: As fiction writers, it seems as if the bulk of ...

Che Pieper

Interviewed by John Haggerty Read Che Pieper's fiction piece, Grudge Match John: This piece raises interesting questions about truth and identity. If the nar...

William Lychack

Interviewed by John Haggerty Read William Lychack's fiction piece, The Shard John: I’ve increasingly come to feel that almost all of our actions spring ...

Amy Bernstein

Interviewed by John Haggerty Read Amy Bernstein's fiction piece, How to Fix a Lamp John: Is there, in fact, a time to every purpose under heaven? Amy: I do...

Bim Angst

Interviewed by Sommer Schafer Read Bim Angst's fiction piece, Breath Sommer: This is, essentially, a love story. But it starts with a scene of violence betwe...

Gaynor Jones

Interviewed by John Haggerty Read Gaynor Jones' fiction piece, Amongst These Animals John: This piece provides a really haunting portrait of the loneliness t...

Stephanie McCarter

Interviewed by Sommer Schafer Read Stephanie McCarter's nonfiction piece, This is Love, This is What Love is Sommer: This is a fairly personal piece of nonfi...

Kaitlyn Andrews-Rice

Interviewed by John Haggerty Read Kaitlyn Andrews-Rice's fiction piece, Boys with Secrets John: I love the way this piece blurs the line between what is trad...

Matt Reed

Interviewed by Sommer Schafer Read Matt Reed's fiction piece, The Lower Hillside Sommer: Part of what makes this story so masterful is how you don’t write th...

Paul Luikart

Interviewed by Sommer Schafer Read Paul Luikart's fiction piece, The Museum of Heartache   Sommer: This is a powerful and moving story. I’ve observe...