Celebrate with us these works by Hadley Moore, David Groulx, Kathy Stevenson, Paul Beckman, Bill Yarrow, Christine Kendall, Jacklyn Janeksela, Naushena, and Craig Fishbane. We’re so proud to share these gems with our Digging community. Congrats to all!
Congrats to Kim Roberts, Sandeep Kumar Mishra, Adrian George Nicolae, Benjamin Schroeder, Tamara Miles, Preeti Madhusudhan, Bart Van Goethem, Kim Kolarich, Atreyee Gupta, and Julia Leslie Guarch!
Thanks to Craig Fishbane, Paul Beckman, Thaddeus Rutkowski, Gary V. Powell, A. Joseph Black, David S. Atkinson, Gay Degani, Michael Díaz Feito, Gerard Sarnat, John Gorman, Ray Nessly for sharing their wonderful work. Congrats to all!
Sometimes writers (virtually) meet each other because they share a publication together. Ron Riekki and I had stories published in Literary Orphans’ Blondie Issue (May 20, 2014, Issue 13). We dug each other’s stories and Ron introduced me to regional writings from a part of the U.S. I knew little about. I invited Ron to have a conversation about Michigan’s Upper Peninsula and the rich literary culture that thrives there, as well as to talk about his own work and what inspires him.
Mike Joyce over at Literary Orphans asked Gessy Alvarez and the very awesome Matthew Guerruckey (Drunk Monkeys) for their Top Ten Lists of Literary stuff and more…
This Last Community for 2014 features works by Glendaliz Camacho, Evan Guilford-Blake, David Michael Joseph, Chris Vola, Carolyn D. Elias, and Ray Nessly. Click, Read, and Share. Your support is much appreciated.
December 10, 2014 – Community features works by Joanne C. Hillhouse, Barry Basden, Tantra Bensko, Bud Smith, Lucy M. Logsdon, and Kathryn Kulpa. Click, Read, and Share. Your support is much appreciated.
Stories @ Digging Through the Fat: No. 4 – Epitaphs by Gary Powell
Spring is Here and So is Community – Check Out Works by These Amazing Writers: Kuukua Dzigbordi Yomekpe, Paul Beckman, Judy Hall, Susan Lewis, Robert Vaughan, Susan Tepper, Lillian Ann Slugocki, Gay Degani, David S. Atkinson, Evan Guilford-Blake, and Mik Everett.
The presence felt from reading a good piece of writing stays with you long after you finished reading that last line. It’s a feeling I often experience when reading Gill Hoff’s work. There’s passion and love, commitment and plain old fun in every piece this woman writes. I was curious to talk to Gill about her fiction and nonfiction, her process, and hear what she finds fascinating about writing.