Q&A With Meghan McNamara of Stillhouse Press
Features / Fiction / Interviews

Q&A With Meghan McNamara of Stillhouse Press

“Wendi’s situation was an incredibly unique one. Some days she would feel great and we would accomplish as much as we could, and some days she would feel bad and we’d just have to make decisions without her and hope they were the right ones. When she put out the call for book blurbs, I was absolutely inundated with emails. I think that’s indicative of both her talent and the person she was, always bringing people together and inspiring them. Continue reading

IN HIS OWN WORDS: David Wroblewski
Features / In Their Own Words

IN HIS OWN WORDS: David Wroblewski

“My best description I can come up with for what it’s like to write a novel is that it is like going into your garage and trying to build a one-of-a-kind, custom musical instrument out of the spare parts you find there, while simultaneously composing the best possible music to play on that instrument. . . as you are learning what this instrument is capable of doing, you change the kind of music you envision you can play on it. There are possibilities that come up that you never imagined.” Continue reading