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Lydia Guadagnoli is from a small town in northern New Jersey. She ventured to Philadelphia, where she attended the University of the Arts to study Illustration. Upon receiving her degree, she returned...
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I recently cleaned out some old files of stories that I’d submitted more than ten years ago, before I went back to school to study creative writing. Those stories. Oh dear. I’d...
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Stephany Robayo is an artist based out of Brooklyn. She loves food and animals. And has an ever present sense of existential dread.
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Santa Fe Writers Project, 2016 ISBN: 978-1-939650-38-2 Perfect bound, 231 pp., $15.95 Review by Eric Maroney Tara Laskowski weaves a tense, unsettling narrative thread in her collection of short stories, Bystanders. The...
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Interview by Nathan Leslie Steve Watkins is the author of Juvie, a young adult novel about juvenile incarceration published in 2013 by Candlewick Press, and the author of Great Falls, a post-Iraq...
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Valentina MacInnes is a female filmmaker working in Redding, CT. Her experimental undergraduate thesis film, The Other Side, introduces the viewer to the internal world of a man. Through the symbolic association...
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Omnidawn, 2013 ISBN: 978-1-890650-78-0 Perfect bound, 82 pp., $17.95 Review by Tom Daley Nakedness is only being itself: an uncarved block turned on its side a first and last bad habit. This...
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Punctum Books, 2012 ISBN: 978-0-615744-79-7 Paperback, 38 pp., $9 Review by Andrew T. Powers Ostranenie: On Shame and Knowing, by M. H. Bowker, is both a work of poetry and a philosophical...
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Interview by Jen Grow Kurt Vonnegut’s Slaughterhouse-Five by Curtis Smith, is part of Ig Publishing’s Bookmarked series, which asks authors to respond in various ways to books that inspired them as writers....
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Jon and I drove from Sarajevo to Oraŝje to cross into Croatia, and we were going to pass through Republika Srpska. I had a book listing 3,000 slain Croatian civilians by Serbian...
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