Natasha Stagg: How does Fortnight Literary Press (which you co-edit with David Kinzer) fit into the world of publishing today? Sarah Doukakos: It doesn’t, really. We’re not concerned about making a profit, so we are able to focus on putting together great content and getting it into as many hands/on as many computer screens as possible.
Jason Jordan is the author of The Dying Horse (Main Street Rag, 2012), Cloud and Other Stories (Six Gallery Press, 2010), and Powering the Devil’s Circus: Redux (Six Gallery Press, 2010). His work has appeared in several literary magazines. He edits decomP, http://www.decompmagazine.com, and blogs at poweringthedevilscircus.blogspot.com. Currently he’s working on a novel for which
Hadassah Broscova: “I am the Editor-in-Chief of the prestigious Carpe Articulum Literary Review: Journal of the Stars. The magazine is an international perfect bound collectible, delivered to over 47 countries and is translated into four languages. It is a cross-genre, full colour, review, hosting Fiction, Non-Fiction, Poetry, Photography, Screenwriting, Articles, Interviews and Novellas to promote emergent voices
Patrick deWitt was born in 1975. His debut novel Ablutions (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt) was published in 2009. His second novel, The Sisters Brothers, will be published by Ecco in 2011. He lives in Oregon. Natasha Stagg: How long, approximately, would you say you’ve been writing? Patrick deWitt: I’ve been at it since I was 17,
Kurt Rheinheimer’s stories have appeared in magazines ranging from Redbook and Playgirl to Shenandoah and Glimmer Train, and have been anthologized in four volumes of New Stories From The South: The Year’s Best, from Algonquin Books, and most recently in Press 53’s Surreal South II. His collection, Little Criminals, (Eastern WashingtonUniversity Press) won the Spokane