Visual truth in TUNNEL TO HELL by Scott MacGregor

When common humanity takes a back seat to greed By Beth Osborne   Scott MacGregor’s graphic novel Tunnel to Hell is the story of the Waterworks Tunnel Disaster of 1916, as seen through the eyes of those who suffered as they attempted to work on and survive past...

A Conversation with Dan Ford, author of Ordination by Sheila Lamb

Dan Ford’s trilogy will be released by Santa Fe Writer’s Project in 2016. We discussed his writing process, poetry, and prose. SL: Your novel, Ordination, the first in the Paladin trilogy, is set to publish with SFWP in 2016. How did you discover SFWP? DF:...

A Conversation with Mary Quade, 2013 Literary Awards Program Finalist

Mary Quade, finalist in SFWP’s 2013 Literary Awards Program for Nonfiction, is also a poet. We discussed writing essays and poetry. SL: Your collection of four essays, Ideal Uncertainties, was a finalist for the 2013 Literary Awards Program for Non-Fiction. What...

A Conversation with Allen Gee, 2013 Literary Awards Program Finalist

We had the opportunity to ask Allen Gee, 2013 Literary Awards Program finalist, a few questions about writing. His book, My Chinese-America, will be published by SFWP in 2015.   SL: Your essay collection, My Chinese-America, was a finalist for the 2013 Literary...