Interviews

Conversations with writers and editors about what matters in the industry.

Post cover: Post cover: Michael Wheaton: On Nostalgia, Fame in the Age of the Internet, Writing as Montage, and His Nonfiction Debut ‘Home Movies’

Michael Wheaton

On Nostalgia, Fame in the Age of the Internet, Writing as Montage, and His Nonfiction Debut ‘Home Movies’

February 20, 2024
Post cover: Post cover: Jon Lindsey and Harris Lahti: On Launching a New Press, What You Need to Start Your Own Indie Press, and C4G’s First Book ‘Suicide: An Anthology’

Jon Lindsey and Harris Lahti

On Launching a New Press, What You Need to Start Your Own Indie Press, and C4G’s First Book ‘Suicide

February 15, 2024
Post cover: Post cover: Miles Borrero: On the Connection Between Yoga & Writing, Finding Universality in Trans Stories, and His Debut Memoir ‘Beautiful Monster’

Miles Borrero

On the Connection Between Yoga & Writing, Finding Universality in Trans Stories, and His Debut Memoir ‘Beautiful Monster’

February 1, 2024
Post cover: Post cover: Brian Allen Carr: On Transience, Seeking the Real, Literary Hierarchies, and His Novel ‘Bad Foundations’

Brian Allen Carr

On Transience, Seeking the Real, Literary Hierarchies, and His Novel ‘Bad Foundations’

January 23, 2024
Post cover: Post cover: Andrés N. Ordorica: On the Collaborative Nature of Novel Writing, Giving Voice to Black & Brown Queer Elders in Fiction, and His Debut Novel ‘How We Named the Stars’

Andrés N. Ordorica

On the Collaborative Nature of Novel Writing, Giving Voice to Black & Brown Queer Elders in Fiction, and His Debut Novel ‘How We Named the Stars’

January 16, 2024
Post cover: Post cover: Brandon Stosuy: On the Problem with Press Cycles, Making Things That Last, Learning to Make Your Own Decisions About Art, and His Anthology ‘Sad Happens’

Brandon Stosuy

On the Problem with Press Cycles, Making Things That Last, Learning to Make Your Own Decisions About Art, and His Anthology ‘Sad Happens’

January 11, 2024
Post cover: Post cover: Kate Brody: On Crafting a Literary Thriller, Writing Sex Scenes, LA Versus NY, and Her Debut Novel “Rabbit Hole”

Kate Brody

On Crafting a Literary Thriller, Writing Sex Scenes, LA Versus NY, and Her Debut Novel “Rabbit Hole”

January 2, 2024
Post cover: Post cover: Ghassan Zeineddine: On Representation Without Appropriation, Finding Community in Arab America, the Pressure to Pursue “Safe” Careers, and His Debut Story Collection ‘Dearborn’

Ghassan Zeineddine

On Representation Without Appropriation, Finding Community in Arab America, the Pressure to Pursue “Safe” Careers, and His Debut Story Collection ‘Dearborn’

December 12, 2023
Post cover: Post cover: Kristine Langley Mahler: On Incorporating Divination Into Writing, the Appeal of Small Books, Toggling Between Parenting & Writing, and Her Essay Collection ‘A Calendar Is a Snakeskin

Kristine Langley Mahler

On Incorporating Divination Into Writing, the Appeal of Small Books, Toggling Between Parenting & Writing, and Her Essay Collection ‘A Calendar Is a Snakeskin

December 7, 2023
Post cover: Post cover: Gabrielle Korn: On First Pages, Queer Stories Becoming Less Niche, Literary Agents, and Her Debut Novel ‘Yours for the Taking’

Gabrielle Korn

On First Pages, Queer Stories Becoming Less Niche, Literary Agents, and Her Debut Novel ‘Yours for the Taking’

December 5, 2023
Post cover: Post cover: Lauren Nossett: On the Throes of Plot Twists, the Genre Debate, Dolly Parton as Inspiration, and Her New Novel ‘The Professor’

Lauren Nossett

On the Throes of Plot Twists, the Genre Debate, Dolly Parton as Inspiration, and Her New Novel ‘The Professor’

November 28, 2023
Post cover: Post cover: Marisa Crawford: On Intuitive Writing, the Sexism of Personal Narrative, Pushing the Boundaries of Genre and Her New Poetry Collection,’Diary’

Marisa Crawford

On Intuitive Writing, the Sexism of Personal Narrative, Pushing the Boundaries of Genre and Her New Poetry Collection,’Diary’

November 16, 2023