N. West Moss is the author of the short story collection “The Subway Stops at Bryant Park,” and the forthcoming illness memoir, “Fruitless.” Her work has appeared in The New York Times, Salon, McSweeney’s, The Saturday Evening Post, and elsewhere. She is the winner of three Faulkner-Wisdom gold medals, and the Great American Fiction contest. She is an administrator in the Honors College at William Paterson University.
“The writing process is so much more uplifting, more fun, when I feel such affection for my characters.” N. West Moss interviews Philip Cioffari about his new novel, If Anyone Asks, Say I Died from the Heartbreaking Blues, out this month from the University of West Alabama’s Livingston Press.
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