Interview with author John Reed

“There’s a maturity about life that comes through in the writing/art when the writer/artist is a parent …” ~John Reed, author of A Still Small Voice (Delacorte Press/Delta)  PP: Describe your life in the context of writing, parenting and other employment (if applicable). JR: I’m faculty at The New School in the MFA in Creative Writing, and […]

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Interview with author Stewart Lewis

“It’s just nice to feel a close connection with a person who is part of you, to experience that love, which finds it’s way into characters and situations in my work…” ~Stewart Lewis, author of Stealing Candy (Sourcebooks Fire) PP: Describe your life in the context of writing, parenting and other employment (if applicable). SL:  […]

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Interview with author Alice Kaltman

“The best thing an established writer said to me years ago was, ‘If you feel like a fraud, that means you’re a real writer.’ It doesn’t take publication to validateyour place at the table.” ~Alice Kaltman, author of Staggerwing (Tortoise Books) PP: Describe your life in the context of writing, parenting and other employment (if […]

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Interview with Novelist Susan Daitch

One of the most rewarding parts of being a parent is that it forces you to realize the world is bigger than your own vision of things.” ~Susan Daitch, author of White Lead PP: Describe your life in the context of writing, parenting and other employment (if applicable). SD: It may sound like an eye-rolling […]

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