Naseem Jamnia on “If I Were a Boy”

Posted on May 5, 2016 | No Comments
Naseem Jamnia on “If I Were a Boy”

In Naseem Jamnia’s essay “If I Were a Boy” (Issue 7), she explores her relationship to femininity in the context of her family and childhood. In this interview, she discusses the authors that inspire her, her purpose in writing this essay, and the connection between science and writing.

Sarah P. Renyolds on “Split Down The Middle”

Posted on Oct 22, 2015 | No Comments
Sarah P. Renyolds on “Split Down The Middle”

Sarah Reynolds’ audio essay, “Split Down the Middle” (Issue 7), explores one teenager’s painful secret, and how sharing that secret became a form of activism. In the following interview, Renyolds explores inspiration, working in sound, and her hero of fiction.

Erica Trabold on “Child Proof”

Posted on Sep 10, 2015 | No Comments
Erica Trabold on “Child Proof”

Erica Trabold’s flash essay, “Child Proof” (Issue 7), challenges the notion that everyone wants to be a parent. In her interview, Trabold discusses the meaning of “to have proof of” and “to proof,” creative blocks, and extravagance.