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The Memory Eaters: A Q&A With Author Elizabeth Kadetsky

At turns lyrical, poignant, and alluring, The Memory Eaters tells the story of a family’s cyclical and intergenerational incidents of trauma, secret-keeping, and forgetting in the context of the 1970s and 1980s New York City. Read...
Etched in Stone by Liv Arnold

Etched In Stone (An Exclusive Excerpt)

Ravishly presents an exclusive excerpt from Liv Arnold's Etched in Stone.  Read...
The Jetsetters by Amanda Eyre Ward

The Jetsetters: A Q&A With Novelist Amanda Eyre Ward

he Jetsetters is a delicious and intelligent novel about the courage it takes to reveal our true selves, the pleasures and perils of family, and how we navigate the seas of adulthood.  Read...
Donna Miscolta’s Living Color: Angie Rubio Stories

A First Look at Donna Miscolta’s Living Color: Angie Rubio Stories

In this official unveiling of the cover of her new book of fiction due from Jaded Ibis Press in fall 2020, Donna Miscolta interviews herself.

 Donna Miscolta’s Living Color: Angie Rubio Stories

 

Me: First of all, what’s Living Color: Angie Rubio Stories about?

Also Me:  A Mexican American girl learns life lessons in and out of the classroom about race and power as she progresses from kindergarten through high school against the events that play on the evening news – the Kennedy-Nixon election, the Cuban Missile crisis, JFK’s assassination, the Beatles invasion, and the Women’s Liberation Movement.

Me: What do you like best about the cover?

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Be With Me Always by Randon Billings Noble

Be With Me Always: A Q&A With Randon Billings Noble

I’m reluctant to relinquish the past, the road not taken, so I return to these other lives again and again. Read...
Deborah J. Cohan

Phone Calls: An Excerpt From Welcome To Wherever We Are

rauma shuffles, scrambles, and pulverizes story. Trauma dislocates, dislodges, and decimates voice. I think trauma also makes story and voice possible . . . eventually. Read...
Gayle Brandeis

A Q&A With Gayle Brandeis, Author Of Many Restless Concerns

In her first novel in poems, award-winning author Gayle Brandeis gives voice to the hundreds of girls and women killed by Countess Erzsébet Báthory of Hungary between 1585 and 1609.  Read...
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Rites Of Passage For Girls

Some Places Worth Leaving contains 13 short stories centering women and girls in precarious and sometimes life-threatening situations and their attempts to escape. Read...