In “Goodbye, Sweet Girl” (Issue 4), Kelly Sundberg brings us inside one (of her many) summer(s) as a wilderness ranger, a bad night at a Motel 6, and slowly her healing heart. In this interview, Sundberg discusses music, writing about sex, and her current state of mind.
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.)
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.
“Next Year” (Issue 2) is the story of Lise Menn and her husband as he crosses from life to death and she finds herself at a crossroads of her own. In this third-person narrative, Menn offers readers both narrative distance and an intimate portrait. In the following interview, Menn discusses influences, her creative process, and her motto.