Category Archives : Interview


INTERVIEW: Adam Phillips of Issue 5

After a completely unforgivable delay in our interview series (You’ll forgive us, won’t you? Pretty please?), we are back! Please let us introduce you to Adam Phillips, whose fabulous poem “March” can be found on page 30 of Issue 5. *** Who is your favorite character at the moment? The Judge in Blood Meridian. I’ve […]


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INTERVIEW: Britt Gambino of Issue 5 1

Update! Issue 5 now available in our online store here. In exciting news, even as this interview is being posted, Issue 5 is on a truck headed our way. Last check in it was already in Long Island! Even more exciting news? Issue 5 features the poetry of Britt Gambino who will also be one […]


INTERVIEW: Patricia Murphy of Issue 5

Update! Issue 5 now available in our online store here. Also in Issue 5, we have the ever wonderful Patricia Murphy, who has the honor of having the piece that opens the issue–“Tell Your Story Walking.” It should also be noted, she really knows how to end an interview with a “say what now?” moment. […]

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"A novel I wrote featured a chocolate shop. Not knowing a thing about making chocolate, I persuaded my wife to accompany me on a week-long intensive course in chocolate-making. I’m the worried one in the green hat laboring over my misshapen chocolate mice, she’s the one with a big silly grin under the red hat."

INTERVIEW: Robert McKean of Issue 5 1

Update! Issue 5 now available in our online store here. Next up in our “get to know our Issue 5 authors” blog spree–okay, maybe it’s not a spree yet, but it *will* be–is Robert McKean! His short story, “That’s All That Matters,” can be found beginning on page nine of Issue 5–don’t worry, we’ll let […]


INTERVIEW: Devin Kelly of Issue 5 2

Update! Issue 5 now available in our online store here. Next up, we have Devin Kelly. And though his story “Leaving Trout Run” may be the very last piece in issue 5, he is most certainly *not* our last interview. (And we also have a little something coming from him for National Poetry Month on […]

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