You Can Never Leave Home Again: An Interview with Rafael Alvarez by Nathan Leslie

For every 1,000 word story I filed on some aspect of the city, there were 15 pages of notes that didn’t make it into the article. From those marginal observations have sprung a lot of my fiction.

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Kissing Trouble: An Interview with Erin Dorney by Curtis Smith

“I don’t know if I’d say that writers “owe it” to be involved in their communities, per say. But I think it’s one way that we can connect to other people and defeat the stereotype that writers prefer isolation/solitary existence.”

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