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Mark Hudson--Interview

What is your creative space? Where do you write?

Sometimes observations of things in real
life inspire me, I might write a poem about something… 811 more words

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Jessica Gigot--Interview

Describe your creative space. Do you work at home, in public spaces, etc.?

I have an office upstairs in our old farmhouse. During the winter months I love to hide up there with a warm cup of coffee and write on my computer. 646 more words

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Charles Joseph Albert--Interview

Describe your creative space. Do you work at home, in public spaces, etc.?

I have worked in just about every conceivable kind of space–at the office, on the dining room table, in bed. 591 more words

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Announcing The Magnolia Review Ink Award for Volume 4, Issue 1

Thank you, Suzanna, for this wonderful opportunity. Each issue of The Magnolia Review is a beautiful selection of prose, poetry and art, and so I knew from the beginning that choosing one piece for the Ink Award would be difficult. 301 more words

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Greg Rappleye

Greg Rappleye’s poetry has appeared in a variety of literary journals and magazines, including Poetry, The Southern Review, Shenandoah, and elsewhere. His second book of poems, … 42 more words

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Ruben Rodriguez

Ruben Rodriguez is a master of all things thrift. He holds an MFA in fiction from California State University San Bernardino where he was the fiction editor of… 69 more words

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