Grace Agnew, author of Sanctuary, was featured on This Podcast Will Change Your Life on September 7. Read more about Sanctuary below. There is no armageddon. The end is simpler than that, and sadder, because mankind was warned. People just kept piling on, polluting, depleting the water supply, over populating, until the earth simply gave up. Miranda and her son Alex are among the lucky ones, living in a controlled city that recreates everything they lost. It’s not enough fo
Debut authors Emory Easton (Mother Can You Hear Me Now?), Trish McDonald (Paper Bags), D.W. Hogan (Unbroken Bonds), Maria Price (Love You Still), and Grace Agnew (Sanctuary) were interviewed by LitReactor. The five authors discussed trauma, sexuality, social justice, and finding one's voice. Emory Easton is the author of Mother, Can You Hear Me Now? Divorced with four children by the age of twenty-two, Emory imagined a new life for herself, a life that went beyond the traumat
Gregory Norris was interviewed about the upcoming release of his novel on Ex Marks the Spot by Fanbase Press. Read more about Ex Marks the Spot below. Ten years ago on an August night, Steve Ranley crashed his ride into a tree near the Old Coach Conservation Woods, taking a big part of Oliver Canfield’s soul with him. Time doesn’t heal all wounds—in Oliver’s case, it opens them to bleed anew. In the decade since, Oliver and Bradley MacIntyre have built a successful life toget
Award-winning poet Charles Rafferty will do a reading from his new book Moscodelphia at the FUMFA Writers and Poets Live reading series on September 19. Magda Puzanov knows three things about her world: the taste of angel meat, the perils of loving an albino, and the smudge of pollution on her horizon, which is all she can see of Moscodelphia — the city that can end her poverty.
Magda is a farm girl who falls in love with Anton Petrovich, an albino reputed to have magical
Grace Agnew recently appeared on This Podcast Will Change Your Life to discuss her new book Sanctuary. Here's a sneak peak: “She was going to die, she knew that, but she wasn’t afraid. Sanctuary seemed like a mirage. Why had it seemed so solid, when just a few feet outside, you saw and felt what the world had really become? Her son was out here somewhere, navigating the same wind and dirt that she was, or he was already gone, because nothing could survive for long.” There i
Spencer Fleury, author of How I'm Spending My Afterlife, appeared on This Podcast Will Change Your Life and the LitReactor Magazine. He will be a guest on the the Write Crime podcast on December 1. Here is a sneak peak at How I'm Spending My Afterlife: Alton Carver has a problem. A cocky lawyer in his mid-30s, he's under federal investigation for embezzling and securities fraud. Instead of spending the next three to five years behind bars, he's got a plan: stage his own deat
On Wednesday, October 13th at 7:00pm EDT (4:00pm PDT) Warwick's will host Alena Dillon as she discusses her new book, My Body Is A Big Fat Temple: An Ordinary Story of Pregnancy and Early Motherhood, in conversation with Catherine Newman, an award-winning bestselling author. This is a free virtual event on Warwick's Facebook Live. My Body Is A Big Fat Temple, a memoir of pregnancy and early motherhood, follows a writer as she debates having children, miscarries, faces morni