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Contributor News: Harry Kollatz, Jr., publishes a novel.

Contributor News: Harry Kollatz, Jr., publishes a novel.

Harry Kollatz, Jr., who wrote about our former office’s very own block of Broad Street in Richmond, Virginia, has now published his first novel: Carlisle Montgomery. Carlisle is “six-foot-five, redheaded, pigtailed, gap-and-buck-toothed, nine-fingered, guitar-playing,” and thoroughly beguiling as she launches a musical career in the 1990s, somewhere between grunge and Garth Brooks. She is brought to...
Introducing TRULY, our free monthly digest.

Introducing TRULY, our free monthly digest.

Do you believe in truth? (Let’s not even talk about justice and the American way right now — but we will.) Then we invite you to enjoy Truly, our new free monthly newsletter.                                               Go...
Spotlight Interview with Kat Meads: Part 2, on the peculiarity of hybrid forms.

Spotlight Interview with Kat Meads: Part 2, on the peculiarity of hybrid forms.

“I think this is a terrific time to be writing and submitting work that blurs boundaries and genres.” It’s also a good time to check in with master of many genres Kat Meads, who contributed “Leaving the House” to Broad Street’s “Maps & Legends” issue. She has just published a new book, Miss Jane: The Lost...
Contributor News: Caitlin Hamilton Summie Takes Silver in the Indie Awards.

Contributor News: Caitlin Hamilton Summie Takes Silver in the Indie Awards.

BROAD STREET  congratulates Caitlin Hamilton Summie, whose 2017 book, To Lay to Rest Our Ghosts, just earned the Silver Medal for Short Stories in the Forewords Review Indie Awards series.   “10 stories, 1 book, 25 years in the making …” After decades in publishing, where she carved out a niche as one of the industry’s top publicists and marketing...
Contributor news: Valley Haggard's new book, new ventures, excerpts, praise, info.

Contributor news: Valley Haggard’s new book, new ventures, excerpts, praise, info.

“When we surrender our weapons, our true writing and our true selves begin to emerge in our lives and on the page in a way that is brave, beautiful …” Valley Haggard is one of her hometown’s best-loved heroines, both for her own writing and for the programs she’s founded to help others find their...