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Interviews

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Writing the Complexity of Happiness: An Interview with Sherrie Flick

“It’s no accident that I do most of my writing at the kitchen table. To me the creative process is manifested in all three things: baking, gardening, writing”: Sherrie Flick talks with Michelle Ross about flash fiction, happy endings, food, and her new collection, Thank Your Lucky Stars, out now from Autumn House Press.


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An Ongoing Attempt to Understand this Place: An Interview with Mary Clearman Blew

“Twenty-five years ago, serious writers in Idaho were denying the [regional] label in any way they could. Today the climate has changed. One of my students complained, ‘You’re from Montana. I’m just from New Jersey and I have nothing to write about.’” Mary Clearman Blew talks with Steven Wingate about writing the West and her new novel, Ruby Dreams of Janis Joplin.


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Showing the Human Face: An Interview with Yang Huang

“A writer can create a more just world in books by shining a light on that injustice”: Yang Huang chats with Kaitlin Solimine about family, Chinese history, and her new collection, My Old Faithful, winner of the University of Massachusetts Press Juniper Prize for Fiction.




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