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Interview: Silvio Sirias, Author of ‘The Saint of Santa Fe’


"Although I have a detailed outline to guide me, I also believe what Robert Frost says: 'No surprise in the writer, no surprise in the reader.'” Read More »

Book Review: ‘Pelican Bay’ by Jesse Giles Christiansen


A South Carolina coastal town provides the setting for an atmospheric mystery. Read More »

Book Review: The Fall to Freedom by Mike Walzman

Returning from rehab to his privileged life in Los Angeles, Bix Freedman quickly realizes how different things are... Read More »

Book Review: The Sense of an Ending by Julian Barnes

A story about memory and its imperfections. Read More »

Newest Literary Trend: The Short Story

Finding new outlets for your work to put your writings in the hands of readers. Read More »

Worlds Away From The Hero’s Journey: Genre, Literature, And Peep Show

The genre vs literary debate has a few new contestants. Read More »

Book Review: Damascus by Joshua Mohr

Come to the Damascus, the anti-Cheers where everybody knows your business or your back story, and where “every interchange was a con, every night, a pitiful costume party,” Read More »

Book Review: The Magician King by Lev Grossman

A terrific follow-up to the author's first book, The Magicians. Read More »

Book Review: Hustle by Jason Skipper

In this absorbing debut an aspiring musician has plans to breakaway from the con-artist ways of his rudderless woman-chasing father and alcoholic ex-con grandfather. Read More »

Interview: Carole Waterhouse, Author of The Tapestry Baby

"I want people to examine their own lives when they read my book, but with a sense of irony." Read More »