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Author Interviews: Joshua Isard and Conquistador of the Useless

Joshua Isard introduce yourself to our readers I’m originally from the suburbs of Philadelphia, and despite three attempts to leave, that is where I’ve settled. I’m a novelist, short story writer, and professor. My first novel, , was published in 2013 by Cinco Puntos Press, and I’ve had short work in journals such as StoryChord, […]

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Author interview with Annelise Freisenbruch

Born in Bermuda in 1977, Annelise moved to the UK when she was eight. She studied Classics at Newnham College, Cambridge, receiving her PhD in 2004. She released her first non-fiction book in 2010. is her debut novel. Annelise sat down with us to talk about her writing process. Have you always wanted to be a writer? […]

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Building dialogue

Guest post by Laurence Kennedy, Director at Convergences The other day, someone reminded me how Garcia Marquez would settle down in bed to talk with newly imagined characters, rejecting any he couldn’t get along with.  For Elmore Leonard, changing a taciturn character’s name could make him into a chatterbox. Most writers want to establish dialogue with […]

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