by Brett Randell Three weeks ago, I returned from an incredible month-long adventure in Guatemala. I’ve always heard from other travelers that Guatemala is full of friendly, beautiful people, mind-blowing … Continue reading
Vicki Gundrum’s tell-all on her night with George Saunders.
by Carrie Esposito After Lit Fest, I came away with a new short story—my first told by a male protagonist, and to make people laugh out loud—a revised manuscript of … Continue reading
by Devon Taylor Write what you know. We’ve all heard that, right? From the moment you put pen to paper in the stunningly optimistic hope of becoming a writer, this … Continue reading
by Maggie Ferguson In the film Shut Up & Play the Hits, James Murphy’s manager, Keith Wood, has a neon green poster with blue print in his office. It reads, … Continue reading
It was seventeen years ago this month that Michael Henry and I packed up what we had (not much) and moved our fledgling writing workshop from Boston to Denver. Anyone … Continue reading
by Elizabeth Cameron “I was also tempted to develop my own definitions of what made one story successful and another less so… [But one] that met my initial requirements—say, a … Continue reading
by Kyra Scrimgeour At parties, I am the sort of person that stands completely alone in the middle of the room, quietly staining my lips with red wine. Eric Sasson … Continue reading