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Five Questions: James Marquis and his Dark Day Dreams

James Marquis is a Seattle writer and author of science fiction novels, a memoir, and a collection of sci-fi, fantasy, and horror stories titled Dark Day Dreams… 347 more words

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Five Questions: Sherry Decker, author of A Summer with the Dead

I heard author Sherry Decker read from her upcoming novel A Summer with the Dead at Two-Hour Transport, a monthly open mic and guest reading series at the famed Cafe Racer in the city’s Roosevelt neighborhood. 1,035 more words

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5 Questions with Davide Cali

The rules of our Five Questions interview series are simple: we send each of our guests a long list of questions. Some are serious; some are . 758 more words

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Five Questions: George Kiel III

George Kiel III is a man of many talents, and he is very passionate about many things. I’ve had the pleasure of knowing George since 2014 and got to know him even better after he came to my house to film a… 536 more words


The top five spring questions for Alabama

TUSCALOOSA — It’s back.

Two long months after what could have been a second straight national championship was snatched away in the final seconds of the national title game against Clemson, Alabama will unveil an early glimpse of its 2017 squad when it hits the field at 3 p.m. 947 more words

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Five Questions: D.F. Lovett, author of The Moonborn

I’m excited to welcome to Five Questions Minneapolis-based author D.F. Lovett, who released his debut sci-fi novel, The Moonborn, in 2016. David the head editor and writer for the blog… 718 more words

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