Naomi Guttman on “Red Elephant”

Posted on Oct 29, 2015 | No Comments
Naomi Guttman on “Red Elephant”

Naomi Guttman’s essay “Red Elephant” (Issue 8), uses a gift from the past to explore point of view and a long buried relationship in Quebec. In the following interview, Guttman discusses her creative process, her influences, and the importance of sharing work with others.

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.

Gail Segal on “The Swing”

Posted on Oct 15, 2015 | No Comments
Gail Segal on “The Swing”

From her apartment in New York City, Gail Segal spies a little girl and her oversized teddy bear in “The Swing” (Issue 1). Segal meditates on the idea of possibility. In her interview, Segal discusses influences, timed writing, and films.

Ellee Achten on “My Body Knows”

Posted on Oct 8, 2015 | No Comments
Ellee Achten on “My Body Knows”

In “My Body Knows” (Issue 6), a piece of flash nonfiction, Ellee Achten sees not only bounty, but also danger, at the table. In the interview following, Achten discusses food allergies, moving, and her impromptu workspaces.

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.