From Version 1.0 to “Great New Writer to Watch”: Q&A with James A. Maclaughlin
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From Version 1.0 to “Great New Writer to Watch”: Q&A with James A. Maclaughlin

by Evelyn Somers

“At first there was this impulse to undercut [suspense and mystery] with irony to show, I don’t know, that I was too smart and high-minded to mean it, but I didn’t do that, and it became fascinating to try and write the scenes and twists well, to go all in.” Continue reading

Chance Vibrations in Peoples’ Minds: A Q&A with Alex Behr
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Chance Vibrations in Peoples’ Minds: A Q&A with Alex Behr

by Ericka Taylor

“I wasn’t sure that I could create fiction that adults would want to read. My self-doubt flourishes. I applied to grad school at the University of San Francisco in creative nonfiction, was rejected, and, pissed off, signed up for an intro to fiction class at UC Berkeley Extension. I was terrified, but terror is good.”
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