It was early April. I remember the week when a large group of poets on Instagram were celebrating the acceptance of their poems for the upcoming She Will Speak Series (now available on Amazon!) I myself had posted something similar on my account and was even compelled to connect some of the other writers. In… Continue reading Established Chaos and Feminism: an Interview with Aniliyah Richardson
The Rebel Poet. Those were and still remain the first words I associated with Bryce Moore. Not because it was his username on Instagram, but because the word ''rebel'' continues to reference moments where a person attempts to create positive change, inclusion, and prompt awareness of topics many of us, undeniably, choose to dust under… Continue reading The Writer Writes of Change: an Interview with Bryce Moore
The ironic thing about our friendship is that I really don't remember how we started communicating. Maybe Belcastro has more clarity on this, but back then, and until now, we have been cheering on each other's work like an ongoing football game. At some point I even had the honor of providing feedback on the… Continue reading The Novelist and Her Pen: an Interview with Mackenzie Belcastro
What makes a person stop and ''smell the roses?'' . . . And what are the roses in this case? Ironically I was recently able to find the answer to both of these questions. No, it isn't a literal blossom or some quote by Oscar Wilde. It was actually the work and brilliant paintbrush of Maggie Stephenson. When… Continue reading The Painter Paints Voices: an Interview with Maggie Stephenson
In this edition of Ode to Virtuoso, M. G. Hughes talks ZaMari Love, poet and author of 'Forget Me Not.'