interview

John Saul

Interviewed by John Haggerty Read John Saul's fiction piece, Click John Haggerty: I love the ambiguous use of locks, alarms and barriers here—they confine th...

Emily Zasada

Interviewed by Sommer Schafer Read Emily Zasada's fiction piece, Morning Sun Sommer: I find this story beautiful and empowering—empowering because here ...

Rainie Oet

Read Rainie Oet's nonfiction piece, Blue Water Sandy: “Blue Water” takes place in the hospital where your paternal grandfather is having surgery. ...

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 ...

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...