Beth Joselow is a poet and former creative writing professor. In this interview, she talks about the strength of Washington, DC's, literary scene and more.
Susanne Perry was too impatient to wait for a publisher to release her debut novel, The Suite. (Her words, not mine.) So, Perry published the book herself. Self-publishing also allows Perry to own all of her work and how it's published. Perry
Jean Lee Comes Clean on How She Became a Published Author and How She got the Idea for Her Debut Novel
Jean Lee is a published author who proves that social media can aid writers. After all, if Lee were not active on Instagram, I wouldn't today be publishing her interview. That's because a month or so ago I published an
Nancy K. Pearson is the author of two poetry collections. Her newest is The Whole by Contemplation of a Single Bone. It's this title that caught my attention last year while scouring the catalog of Fordham University Press. I was looking
Chuck Joy is a child psychiatrist by day, and a poet by night. And, this year, he's Erie County (PA) poet laureate. Chuck Joy Joy is a graduate of Fordham University and the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. It was while
Charlene Fix answers questions similarly to how she writes poetry: By being highly quotable. Charlene Fix After reading her most recent collection, Taking a Walk in My Animal Hat, (affiliate link) I wanted to see if Charlene would be up for an
For Jeff Coomer, poetry was in the background of his life for a long time. He worked in information technology (IT), working his way up to Chief Information Officer at Black & Decker’s largest division. And then Jeff Coomer was able