Brad Aaron Modlin on “They’ll Try Again Tomorrow”

Posted on Dec 3, 2015 | No Comments
Brad Aaron Modlin on “They’ll Try Again Tomorrow”

In “They’ll Try Again Tomorrow” (Issue 5), Brad Aaron Modlin makes use of surrealist elements and compact, poetic language to voice a collective outcry for escape. In his interview, Modlin discusses his workplace(s), creative blocks, and his greatest extravagance.

Susan Fox Rogers on, “Canvasback”

Posted on Oct 1, 2015 | No Comments
Susan Fox Rogers on, “Canvasback”

In “Canvasback” (Issue 5), by Susan Fox Rogers, you’ll meet a woman whose passion for birding helps her escape a midlife crisis. In the following interview, Rogers discusses birding, nonfiction writers, and her motto.

Priya Hutner on “Sleeping Beauty’s Ashram Escape”

Posted on Jul 9, 2015 | No Comments
Priya Hutner on “Sleeping Beauty’s Ashram Escape”

In “Sleeping Beauty’s Ashram Escape” (Issue 5), writer Priya Hutner shares her journey in leaving an ashram to experience ongoing awakening. In the interview following, Hunter explores creative process, inspirations, and staying present.

Margarita Gokun Silver on “Some Superstitions are Forever”

Posted on Jun 18, 2015 | No Comments
Margarita Gokun Silver on “Some Superstitions are Forever”

In “Some Superstitions are Forever” (Issue 5), following superstitions leads writer Margarita Gokun Silver to her final escape vehicle. In the following interview, Gokun Silver discusses creative blocks, the story behind her Proximity piece, and her happiest moments.

Gwendolyn Edward on “Mourning Palace Release”

Posted on May 21, 2015 | No Comments
Gwendolyn Edward on “Mourning Palace Release”

In “Mourning Palace Release” (Issue 5), Gwendolyn Edward narrates a chilling moment full of palpable danger. In the following interview, Edward explores her artistic expression, influences, and methods of beating creative blocks.

Brendan O’Meara on “The Sultans of Swing”

Posted on May 21, 2015 | No Comments
Brendan O’Meara on “The Sultans of Swing”

 “The Sultans of Swing” (Issue 5), writer Brendan O’Meara’s story of escape, is about baseball and an epic father-son road trip. In the following interview, O’Meara discusses inspiration, his happiest moment, and his confidence as a writer.