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Carmina Masoliver - In her own words

Carmina Masoliver is a Londoner, she studied at UEA, she’s a poet, an entrepreneur and a gig host, but she is also much more than the sum of all those. 2,268 more words


Making True Things More True, A Conversation with Dan Chelotti

I recently interviewed Dan Chelotti for The Los Angeles Review of Books.

Here, we discuss poetry as a form of nonfiction, the art of finding or reading, and his latest book… 43 more words


A Writer's Beacon--Interview with Susan Bono of Tiny Lights

Susan Bono is a freelance editor and writing instructor whose other passion is publishing personal narratives. In 1995, she established Tiny-Lights, a journal dedicated to the personal narrative. 946 more words

Charting A Path

Interview: Stacey Nash w/ Forget Me Not

It’s not every day you start a sentence with ‘Oh. That’s pretty much my writing best friend, who I know from a video competition on the Internet.’ And yet, that’s exactly how Stacey Nash and I met. 915 more words


Interview: Jennifer Ryder w/ SPARK

I was lucky enough to work on Spark, a novel by Jennifer Ryder. Having met this lovely lady in person and spent countless hours bonding with her over writing-related drama, I am proud to call her not only a talented author who I was lucky enough to edit, but a friend. 1,155 more words


26th February 2014: An interview with Rebekah Lattin-Rawstrone, author of Home

The third title for Red Button takes a turn to the dark side. Rebekah Lattin-Rawstrone’s powerful and thought-provoking novel Home tells the story of newly widowed Steve, who uncovers disturbing and frightening secrets at the care home where he works. 1,581 more words