“Stab” by Sue Granzella

Issue 12 / Winter 2018   “You said the medicine was ‘injectable,’” I said. “That means that it’s able to be injected. So you don’t have to inject it, right?” It was my third appointment with the neurologist, and I was battling her over proper administration of...

Author Spotlight: Michele Swide Lew

On mess and generosity for editing and writing By Monica Prince   Michele Swide Lew is a fiction writer, a graduate of UC Berkeley, and one of the top ten finalists for the SFWP Literary Awards Program with her manuscript, Melanie Loves Edith. Her work has been...

Author Spotlight: Cathy Cruise

Thoughts on never giving up on a piece By Monica Prince   Raised in a little town in southwest Virginia on the West Virginia border called Bluefield, Cathy Cruise was selected as one of the long list finalists for the SFWP Literary Awards Program with her manuscript,...

Author Spotlight: Randon Billings Noble

How the moon feels and the balance of writing By Monica Prince   Essayist Randon Billings Noble is featured as one of the outstanding contributors in the inaugural issue of the SFWP Annual, a new release from the Santa Fe Writers Project whose debut on October 1, 2017...

Author Spotlight: Brian Heston

“Stocking up on stubbornness” and the importance of reading By Monica Prince   Brian Heston, born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, was selected as one of the top ten finalists for the 2017 Literary Awards Program for his manuscript, Billy Penn’s...