It’s spring again, and I’m still here, still sitting, still inside. At my desk, I gaze out the window at sparks of green, glimmers of yellow and purple, as daffodils, crocuses, new grass make their way into the warming world.
Past Ten publishes stories by artists and writers who reflect on where they were ten years ago. This spring, I wrote about June 14th, 2011 -- the last day I saw my Auntie Christine before she died. Click here to
For the full interview, see it on Fiction Advocate. Published on August 14, 2017. — Miranda K. Pennington is the author of A Girl Walks into a Book: What the Brontës Taught Me about Life, Love, and Women’s Work (Seal Press, 2017). Her work has appeared
You are loved. You are not alone.
For the full interview, see it on Fiction Advocate. Originally published on September 14, 2016. — Virgie Tovar is a writer, speaker, and activist. She holds a Master’s degree in Human Sexuality, focusing on the intersections of body size, race, and gender, and is
I wrote a guest post on my friend's blog, Human Seeks Canine! Check it out for some serious #dogstalking.
For the full interview, see it on Fiction Advocate. Originally published on December 14, 2015. — In the ninth of her series of interviews with women who write nonfiction, E.B. Bartels speaks with historian and writer Nancy Hewitt. Nancy Hewitt has authored, co-authored, and edited
In all the insanity of the past two weeks, I completely neglected to mention that the October edition of Non-Fiction by Non-Men went up ten days ago! For the full interview, see it on Fiction Advocate. Originally published on October 14, 2015. -- In the