Elicia Epstein on “Life of a Liveaboard”

Posted on May 12, 2016 | No Comments
Elicia Epstein on “Life of a Liveaboard”

In this photo essay “Life of a Liveaboard” (Issue 1), Elicia Epstein captures the daily surroundings of a family living in a sailboat off the coast of Maine. In this interview she discusses her work on Tracing the Pass, a documentary about the environmental effects of an energy infrastructure project.

Heather Gatley on “Summer of ’76”

Posted on Feb 18, 2016 | No Comments
Heather Gatley on “Summer of ’76”

In “Summer of ’76” (Issue 1), an unprecedented heat wave laid siege on England and writer Heather Gatley spent her mornings working at a “plant breeding station”. In the interview following, Gatley explores nostalgia, traveling, and teaching. 

Robin Chapman on “Oak Ridge” & “Early Days”

Posted on Dec 24, 2015 | No Comments
Robin Chapman on “Oak Ridge” & “Early Days”

Based in her home-state of Tennessee, Robin Chapman’s poems “Oak Ridge” & “Early Days” (Issue 1) present morning in its most unsullied form: at home, in nature, as a childhood remembrance. In the following interview, Chapman discusses mythic plots, her workspace, and the secrets of her childhood.

Gail Segal on “The Swing”

Posted on Oct 15, 2015 | No Comments
Gail Segal on “The Swing”

From her apartment in New York City, Gail Segal spies a little girl and her oversized teddy bear in “The Swing” (Issue 1). Segal meditates on the idea of possibility. In her interview, Segal discusses influences, timed writing, and films.

Ronnie Hess on “Not Exactly the Graveyard Shift”

Posted on Jul 2, 2015 | No Comments
Ronnie Hess on “Not Exactly the Graveyard Shift”

Ronnie Hess, a Wisconsin radio reporter in a morning newsroom, is met with surprise and an unlikely friendship in “Not Exactly the Graveyard Shift” (Issue 1). In her interview, Hess discusses influences, her favorite genres, and her motto (which is not from a pop song.)