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Author Archives: Mayra Calvani

Mayra Calvani writes fiction and nonfiction for children and adults and has authored over a dozen books, some of which have won awards. Her stories, reviews, interviews and articles have appeared on numerous publications such as The Writer, Writer’s Journal, Multicultural Review, and Bloomsbury Review, among many others. Represented by Serendipity Literary.

Interview: Susie Kinslow Adams, Author of ‘My Mother My Child’

"Her progressing dementia and congestive heart failure along with other health issues made caring for her difficult at times."

Susie Kinslow Adams, Author of 'My Mother My Child' talks with Blogcritics about her new book, and her passion for those in the trenches of daily life. Read More »

Interview: Christi J. Whitney, Author of ‘Grey’

"I didn’t have a mentor when I first began writing, but my high school students were amazing encouragers."

"When I started writing, I didn’t intentionally set out to write YA. Honestly, it’s just what felt the most comfortable to me," Read More »

Interview: Chris Karlsen, Author of the Detective Novel ‘Silk’

Former detective Chris Karlsen talks about writing and her new Inspector Bloodstone series.

"I put off trying to actually write until I retired. Now, I am thrilled to complete each story that comes to me." Read More »

Interview: Joel Fox, Author of ‘The Mark on Eve’

"The idea for my book came from an actual Cape Cod legend in which a woman in colonial New England was suspected of witchcraft in drawing her pirate lover’s ship into a storm and the ship sank. "

"While I am not writing history, the feel of the period must be accurate for the readers." Read More »

Interview: Elisabeth Amaral, Author of ‘Czar Nicholas, The Toad, and Duck Soup’

"Ours was a mixed-orientation marriage that did not become obvious to me for several years. "

"My memoir is a coming of age story that took place in during the fights for women’s rights, racial equality and the growing rage against the Vietnam war." Read More »

Interview: Melissa Abramovitz, Author of ‘Helping Herbie Hedgehog’

Helping Herbie Hedgehog is a fun, interactive rhyming book about a clueless hedgehog who needs help making decisions about everyday activities.

"I love the fact that I am making a small positive difference in the world by writing books and other materials that children love reading." Read More »

Interview with Graciela Limón – Author of ‘The Intriguing Life of Ximena Godoy’

"I do believe my readers will put down the book after finishing it, and be torn by conflicting emotions.  Ximena Godoy can be loved yet be a great disappointment as a human being."

Limón has published nine novels, all of which deal with a Latina and Trans Border experience. Read More »

Interview: Sarah Remy, Author of ‘Stonehill Downs’

"The average author doesn’t become an overnight sensation. There’s a lot of hard work and so many ups and downs. "

"I’m looking for readers who enjoy a good story but who also want to connect with diverse characters." Read More »

Interview with Anne K. Edwards, author of ‘This and That: A Collection of Light and Dark Tales’

The total collection of tales takes the reader into new worlds and differing genres where new things await.

I know a muse is supposed to be a "she" but mine is a disagreeable, whiny "he" who has his own column on my website. Read More »

Interview: Eleanor Parker Sapia, Author of ‘A Decent Woman’

A Decent Woman is the provocative story of these two women as they battle for their dignity and for love against the pain of betrayal and social change.

"Since I came to writing in my late forties, my muse is highly motivated! We have many books to write together." Read More »