Tucson Success Stories: Ryen Eggleston

Ryen Eggleston plays in bands in Tucson. Natasha Stagg: What have you been up to lately? Ryen Eggleston: Lately i’ve been desperate for work (I am a self-employed house painter and these have

Two Part Interview with Annabel Lyon

Allan Vorda: What was the inspiration for writing The Golden Mean?   Please describe the process of writing this novel and what a typical day of writing was like. Annabel Lyon: I was

Interview with Grant Foxon

Natasha Stagg: How long have you been writing? Grant Foxon: To be honest, as far back as I can remember. I used to fill scrap books with my writing. I think I’d

Short Short Fiction by Grant Foxon

In September 2008 Grant Foxon had his first novel published by Author House, called, The Dark. It’s a psychological thriller set in purgatory. Grant has contributed articles to Mint, and he’s had pieces published on

Tucson Success Stories: Bo McGuire

Photo: Page Adams Bo McGuire hails from Hokes Bluff, Alabama, birthplace of John Wisdom, the Paul Revere of the South. You can find his work in Forklift, Ohio, Court Green, MiPOesias, Diagram

Interview With Anna Prushinskaya

Anna Prushinskaya edits The Outlet. I met her and lived with her for a time in Ann Arbor. I’ve always loved her writing and I’m super excited about what she’s doing in

Letter from the Director Aurelie Sheehan

“Dear Alums and Friends, On November 16th, Steve Orlen passed away at his home. One of the founders of the MFA program, Steve taught poetry at the University of Arizona for over

Two Part Interview With Gilbef (Part Two)

Continued from previous post Natasha Stagg: Can you give us some ideas on what is coming up next? Rodrigo Gonçlaves: Through all the things I have written, I believe in people’s potential.

Hint Fiction by Charlie Hanline

Charlie Hanline received his bachelor’s degree in 1972 from Findlay University in Ohio, majoring in Political Science. He was employed at the Pueblo County Department of Social Services for over twenty-five years