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Exquisite Duet: Matthew Burnside and Christopher Allen

Exquisite Duet (formerly Exquisite Quartet) is not so much a composition between two writers, but rather something created within the murky midlands of each author’s mind, yet set off by the same first sentence. 704 more words

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Exquisite Duet: Cassie Premo Steele and James Claffey

Exquisite Duet (formerly Exquisite Quartet) is not so much a composition between two writers, but rather something created within the murky midlands of each author’s mind, yet set off by the same first sentence. 521 more words

Meg Tuite

Exquisite Duet: Brian Alan Ellis and Oliver Knudsen

Exquisite Duet (formerly Exquisite Quartet) is not so much a composition between two writers, but rather something created within the murky midlands of each author’s mind, yet set off by the same first sentence. 748 more words

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A Conversation with Meg Tuite by Sandy Ebner

I was happy to get the chance recently to interview Meg Tuite, one of my favorite writers. Her stories, beautifully written yet often brutal in their honesty, strip away the many layers of domestic life to show us the soft white underbelly beneath. 1,854 more words

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Exquisite Duet: Sheila O'Connor and Marty Case

Exquisite Duet (formerly Exquisite Quartet) is not so much a composition between two writers, but rather something created within the murky midlands of each author’s mind, yet set off by the same first sentence. 581 more words

Meg Tuite

Exquisite Duet: Tom Hazuka and Robert Scotellaro

Exquisite Duet (formerly Exquisite Quartet) is not so much a composition between two writers, but rather something created within the murky midlands of each author’s mind, yet set off by the same first sentence. 737 more words

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Women Who Flash Their Lit: An Interview

This is a teaser for the upcoming “Women Who Flash Their Lit” Forum hosted by Bartleby Snopes Press.

From left to right: Kathy Fish, Meg Tuite, Nancy Stohlman and Kona Morris.