Liz Blood, Contributing Editor
Bio: Liz Blood is a writer and editor. And, she loves interviewing people. She holds an MFA in Creative Writing from Vermont College of Fine Arts and her work has appeared in Numéro Cinq, Hunter Mountain, Delta Sky magazine, NonDoc, Art Focus, and Oklahoma Today. She lives in Tulsa, OK.
News/Contributions from Liz
After last week's debut of poet Vida Cross's book, BRONZEVILLE AT NIGHT: 1949, Liz Blood chatted with Cross about the influences on her work including painter Archibald J. Motley, writer Langston Hughes, and living in Chicago. They discussed bringing writing, music, and painting together, different manifestations of segregation, and the blend of fiction and nonfiction in Cross's poetry.
Donald Quist's essay collection, Harbors, comes out this week. Liz Blood spent time talking to him about the craft and philosophy and background particular to an essayist’s work.
Our anniversary is approaching! See what we have in store for you.
It's an announcement about announcements! And also updates on THIS IS NOT A CONFESSION.
LIz chatted with Lindsey about opossums, her bands, her multiple creative disciplines, and why everybody should hate Malcolm Gladwell.
Liz chatted with Felix Morgan about her stories, parasocialism, lycanthropy, and texts from last night.
Liz chatted with Erin Pringle-Toungate recently to discuss her stories, her inclination to focus on death, her choice of place, and a wedding dress.
I wanted to write my story to show people that one can overcome abuse, poverty, and the resulting insecurity and lack of confidence, and succeed—even a poor kid from Montopolis.
Thanks to you we've achieved much and 2016 will be even bigger! Check out our end of the year update.
"...fiction can reach the emotional core of the reader. People change when they feel, not when they are harangued or insulted or bombarded with data."