Interview
Truth Teller Spotlight:  Amie Oliver, painter.

Truth Teller Spotlight: Amie Oliver, painter.

“Truth, like beauty, is fleeting and temporary, so I strive to create work that is true at the time of its making but will linger in the viewer’s psyche afterward, resonating in layers of meaning.”   Amie Oliver’s artwork has been exhibited in hundreds of solo and group exhibitions as well as artists’ residencies in...
FLAR (Fredericksburg Literary & Art Review) digs into BROAD STREET.

FLAR (Fredericksburg Literary & Art Review) digs into BROAD STREET.

Ever wonder what goes into producing a print magazine and keeping it in the public eye during the internet age?  How about the ways a website and a print organ can support each other? So glad you asked!  And glad, too, that A. E. Bayne of  Fredericksburg Literary and Art Review sat down for a chat about...
Our "Maps & Legends" issue is everywhere!  Take a tour with some samples of our contents here.

Our “Maps & Legends” issue is everywhere! Take a tour with some samples of our contents here.

Our hot summer issue, “Maps & Legends,” has landed in subscribers’ hands, delivering fresh worlds’ worth of true stories: Encounter the South-glancing Fitzgeralds, Chinese revolutions both Cultural and capitalist, prison heroin experiments, the courtship of George Washington, a young life spent traveling rivers in over fifty lands, and a cinematic effects artist who has helped create the geography of dreamy...
Truth Teller Spotlight - Ramsey Hootman

Truth Teller Spotlight – Ramsey Hootman

Ramsey Hootman‘s first novel is “Courting Greta,” and she also penned a memoir (“Chastity Belt Included“) featured in our “Bedeviled” issue. Update for March 2017:  Hootman’s second novel, Surviving Cyril, has just been released for enjoyment on Kindle!  Making this an excellent moment to revisit her 2015 Spotlight interview … A San Francisco area resident, Hootman perfects the...
Truth Teller Spotlight:  Patricia Smith

Truth Teller Spotlight: Patricia Smith

“I learned the hard way that all details aren’t equal, that the important details are ones that also help to convey a judgment or mood or reveal character….” We love it when good things happen for our contributors.  And this month we celebrate Patricia Smith, author of “Holy War: Ramadan and race riots in a Senegalese marketplace,”...