Interview with Lindsay Merbaum: On New Writing and Mixology.

By Christina Consolino Persimmon, and her short fiction has appeared in multiple outlets, including PANK, The Collagist, Epiphany, Gargoyle, Day One, and more. She also writes interviews and essays, which have been published in Bitch Media, Bustle, and The Rumpus, among others. Lindsay is high priestess of home mixology, a skill she translated into a […]

Interview with Stacey Levine on New Novel: Mice 1961.

By Christina Consolino Stacey Levine is no stranger to writing. She is the author of “five books of uniquely original voice-driven fiction” and has had work featured in The Brooklyn Rail, The Fairy Tale Review, The Iowa Review, Tin House, and Yeti, among others. Her stories have been longlisted and shortlisted for multiple awards, including […]

Feature: Top 10 Must-See Libraries Across the World!

By Michele Mathews Across the United States, National Library Week is celebrated the second week in April. Originally, this week was only observed in the U.S., but the idea has spread across the world. This week is a time to promote and support libraries. As a librarian at an intermediate school, libraries have a special […]

Feature: Read Across America Month, Sharing Books from 50 States!

By Michele Mathews Back in 1998, Read Across America Day started as a way to get children to read, and it coincided with Dr. Seuss’s birthday on March 2. Since then, the day has evolved into Read Across America Month and a year-round program. Thinking about this program, I wondered what books I’ve read that […]

Bookstagrammer @Sahmbookqueen

Each issue we feature a new bookstagrammer, highlighting some of their amazing work. This time we catch up with @Sahmbookqueen