In our newest stories, A Mountain Where There Is No Mountain by David Connerley Nahm, and Sea Life by Eliza Robertson, there is no calm before the storm. Or after. But there is a calm that comes in moments when you least expect it. In the heart of turmoil. In the uneasiness of loss. In the floundering of self-destruction. 

It’s not a calm you can take solace in. It’s one that you question if it should even exist at all. One that suggests the worst might still be yet to come. And, for us, that’s usually when things start getting good.

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To celebrate the release of her debut story collection, WALLFLOWERS, we asked Eliza if she’d put together a playlist for the collection for us. Check out the music that inspired her eclectic, dazzling debut and its intriguing cast of characters. 

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Eliza Robertson, author of the critically-acclaimed short story collection, WALLFLOWERS, stopped by to answer some rather challenging questions we had for her. They mostly had to do with winning awards, typing with insect poo, and if she’d play softball with Margaret Atwood. 

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The super talented and super awesome David Connerley Nahm joined us for a 10-question Q+A that starts with us asking him about his debut novel ANCIENT OCEANS OF CENTRAL KENTUCKY (Two Dollar Radio) and ends with him telling us an apparently true (and very recent) ghost story. Along the way we also chatted about music, short stories and literary influences. Check it out.
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Listen to Xe Sands’ brilliant read of Emily Walker’s fearless and heartbreaking essay THE GREY GOOSE AND WILD TURKEY YEARS. It tells the story of Emily’s battle with depression and of time spent with her grandfather following his own diagnosis with dementia. From Xe: “Emily Walker's work always grabs hold and shakes me… This gorgeous and heartbreaking essay pulls no punches. It simply tells the tale as she lived it.”
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