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Kevin P. Keating: “I think any work of fiction… must address some universal human concerns and behavior patterns.”

7 November, 2012 от · 4 comments

In addition to Public Republic, Kevin P. Keating‘s fiction and essays have appeared in a number of literary journals, including The Ampersand Review, Identity Theory, Exquisite Corpse, Perigee, Whiskey Island, Juked, The Mad Hatter’s Review, Wordriver, and many others. The Natural Order of Things is his first novel. He currently teaches English at Baldwin-Wallace University […]

Artist of the Week – Frank Burton

5 February, 2011 от · 1 comment

Interview by Yana Radilova with the writer Frank Burton Frank Burton: “I’d like to think there’s no limit to anyone’s imagination.” Do you remember your first steps in writing? The first proper writing I did was at the age of about eight or nine. I started writing humorous poems, which were pretty good for a […]

Interview with Australian fantasy author Trudi Canavan

6 January, 2011 от · 1 comment

In December 2010 Priestess of the White, Book 1 of Trudi Canavan’s Age of the Five Trilogy, was published in Bulgaria. It is also the first book in Bulgarian for the Australian SF writer.

Trudi Canavan is author of seven bestselling fantasy novels to-date. She currently lives in Melbourne, Australia.

She gave an interview exclusively for her Bulgarian fans and readers all over the world.

The Arrival

23 February, 2010 от · 1 comment

Whitney Groves Photo: aturkus “Things will be different when Tequila’s baby gets here.” For the last eight months, Amber had reminded herself of this fact whenever she was bored or worried or upset. She soothed herself by itemizing the baby’s parts as she imagined them: big blue eyes, specks of fingernails, first gummy smile, the […]

Nancy Jensen: As soon as I was able to write, I started writing down the things I imagined.

15 June, 2009 от · 1 comment

Katerina Stoykova-Klemer’s interview with writer Nancy Jensen Nancy Jensen is a graduate of the MFA in Writing Program at Vermont College. Her short stories and essays have appeared in numerous literary journals, including Northwest Review, Other Voices, Under the Sun, ACM: Another Chicago Magazine, and The Louisville Review. She is presently at work on a […]

Excerpts from Window

15 June, 2009 от · No comments

Nancy Jensen Stories: The Ones I Married Ever since I can remember, I have thought of myself as divorced. It started with my mother—trim, bright-eyed, thirtyish—with a sense of self-assurance so powerful that, for much of my childhood, I believed she had created me by herself out of sheer force of will. She made it […]

Getting an Angle on Truth: An Analysis of Narrative Viewpoint in Ian McEwan’s Atonement, Part II

27 December, 2008 от · 2 comments

Linda Cruise Photo: stephmcg Read Part I Strangely, perhaps, when it comes to literary fiction, truth exists in the context of a paradox: fiction is dependent on truth—on multiple levels. If a story is to succeed as art, it must contain deeper meaning and relevance. This is to say that literary fiction permits the reader […]