Alanna smith Q&A

Q&A with Alanna Smith

    Alanna Smith is a Boston-based copywriter by day and an M.F.A. candidate at Emerson College by night. After receiving her B.A. in creative writing from Providence College, she moved to Nepal, where she spent nine months teaching English and creative writing on a Fulbright grant. Her novelette about Jersey Shore vampires, The Bloody […]

Nadine Q&A

Q&A with Nadine Rodriguez

    Nadine Rodriguez is a queer, non-binary Cuban-American writer and photographer born and raised in Miami, Florida and presently based in Marquette, Michigan. Currently, Nadine is an MFA candidate for Fiction and a graduate assistant at Northern Michigan University, and interns for Sinister Wisdom, a multicultural lesbian literary and art journal. They have had […]

New Parfitt qa

Q&A with Rebecca Parfitt

    Rebecca Parfitt has been published widely. Her debut poetry collection The Days After was published by Listen Softly London in 2017. In 2020 she was awarded a Literature Wales writer’s bursary to complete her short story collection, Sometimes They Arrive Late & Other Macabres, of which she is still looking for a publisher. […]

Parry Q&A

Q&A with Heather Parry

    Heather Parry is a Glasgow-based writer, editor, event chair and podcast host. Her short stories have appeared internationally in numerous magazines and books, including The Stinging Fly, F(r)iction and Gutter, and have been performed at festivals across the UK. Her fiction explores self-deception, transformation, the grotesque and the body.   We often feel that […]

Napier Q&A

Q&A with Kali Napier

    Kali Napier lives in Meanjin Brisbane, on unceded Yuggera land. Her short fiction has been published in anthologies, literary journals and magazines, including The Dark Magazine and Trickster’s Treats #4. She is the author of the novel The Secrets at Ocean’s Edge, published in 2018 by Hachette Australia and Little, Brown Book Group. […]