Slice magazine co-founders and co-publishers Maria Gagliano and Celia Blue Johnson discuss the highs of running their literary magazine, the origin of its name, what’s new at the magazine, and what’s to come.
Posts Tagged ‘Steven Wingate’
Croatian writer Robert Perisic talks with Steven Wingate about his latest novel Our Man in Iraq, the modern global economy and its relationship to developing nations, and the slide between journalism and fiction writing.
Steven Wingate tackles his process on tackling the next project.
Bulgarian Writer Zachary Karabashliev and Steve Wingate discuss the pleasures of semi-autobiographical fiction and the pain of trying to laugh in a foreign language.
Our current feature is Steven Schwartz’’s newest collection, Little Raw Souls, which was published last week by Pittsburgh-based indie press Autumn House. Schwartz teaches in the residential MFA program at Colorado State University and the low-residency MFA program at Warren Wilson College. Recently, he has become fiction editor at Colorado Review. He is the author [...]
With the release of Steven Schwartz’s new collection, Little Raw Souls, Steve Wingate speaks with the author about character preoccupations, the differences between working with indie publishers and major houses, autobiography in fiction, and more.
How to make a plan for writing your novel by focusing on not writing your novel.
What is wrong with that story? One of these three common mistakes may be holding it hostage.
Going to writers’ conferences like AWP, I usually know what to expect: I’ll go to panel discussions and readings, meet friends I haven’t seen in years, and listen to my fellow fictionistos talking about agents, and publicity.
Not so with the recent conference of the Electronic Literature Organization, hosted this June by the Center for Literary [...]
In 2009 I attended the second annual Sozopol Fiction Seminars, sponsored by the Elizabeth Kostova Foundation and held each May on the Black Sea coast of Bulgaria. I lost my sunglasses in the sea, which the Bulgarians told me meant I had to return.
This year I did go back, and most things have remained [...]