Marcia Aldrich on “Walk on By”

Posted on Sep 24, 2015 | No Comments
Marcia Aldrich on “Walk on By”

Marcia Aldrich describes the darker side of garage sales — and what we learn when we learn to let go in “Walk on By” (Issue 3). In her interview, Aldrich discusses inspiration, how having a child influenced her writing, and her motto.

Shahé Mankerain on “Table Poems”

Posted on Sep 17, 2015 | No Comments
Shahé Mankerain on “Table Poems”

Armenian coffee, the complex character of his mother, and a range of tables are featured in Shahé Mankerian’s brief collection of “Table Poems” (Issue 6). In the following interview, Mankerian discusses his mother’s recitation and repertoire of poems, writing before sunrise on Sundays, and typewriters. 

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.

Leslie F. Miller on “(No) Satisfaction”

Posted on Sep 3, 2015 | No Comments
Leslie F. Miller on “(No) Satisfaction”

In “(No) Satisfaction” (Issue 2), Leslie F. Miller tells of her decision to live… and how the notes of a song became a mantra she could live by. In her interview, Miller discusses her creative process, mosaics, and the word “fuck.”