Andrew Shuta paints on things, designs for Spork Press (and other places), DJs weekly nights in downtown Tucson, plays music with Rcougar, works at a charter high school, & never sleeps. Natasha Stagg: What are you up to lately? Andrew Shuta: Lately, I’m doing my thing: working at a charter high school during the day,
Drew Krewer’s work has appeared in Trickhouse, Poor Claudia, Pequod, and Quick Fiction, among others. Ars Warholica, a chapbook, was recently published by Spork Press. Natasha Stagg: What are you up to lately? Drew Krewer: I’m about ready to start a new project after finishing the one that came from my MFA manuscript. It makes
Drew Burk is a founder of Spork, one of Tucson’s leading independent publishing houses. He is also the fiction editor and bookbinder. When I asked him if he’d like to be interviewed, he said, “Oh, hey, I’m not a Tucson Success Story. I’m a guy in Tucson who does stuff with other people in Tucson. We persevere.