Annalise Mabe on “The Spies”

Posted on Jun 25, 2015 | No Comments
Annalise Mabe on “The Spies”

Curiosity and observation frame this piece of flash nonfiction as an argument unfolds in “The Spies” (Issue 6). In the following interview, Mabe discusses the prompt for her piece, writing by hand, and her hero of fiction.

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.

Kevin Haworth on “Two Minutes”

Posted on Jun 11, 2015 | No Comments
Kevin Haworth on “Two Minutes”

In “Two Minutes” (Issue 4), Kevin Haworth navigates Tel Aviv and the Gaza conflict, summer 2014, through technology and family. This is a story of survival, love, and bomb shelters. In the following interview, Haworth discusses his children, his impromptu workspace for his piece, and teaches us a little Hebrew.