interviewed by Derek Alger
Amina Gautier is the winner of the Flannery O’Connor Award for Short Fiction for her short story collection At-Risk. Seventy-five of her stories have been published, appearing in Glimmer Train, Iowa Review, Kenyon Review, North American Review, and Southern Review among other places.
interviewed by Emily Frankoski
Jennifer Maestre’s unique sculptures caught our eye immediately. The object she relies on in her sculptures are coincidentally the main tool originally used to create the literary works we all love to read. Pencils! Colored ones at that!
by Tim O'Donnell
She is near me now, the Mayor’s Wife. It is her hair I smell - fresh flowers and fruits. She is as silent as the snow that holds us, packs us in.
by Mike Sauve
Struck down by subatomic particles in subatomic nuclear explosions leading to: yes, internal fireball. This the fate of Aunt Claire, who once yelled at me for pulling her dog’s tail.