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Interview with Lynn Voedisch, author of “The God’s Wife”

About Lynn Voedisch

Lynn Voedisch is a Chicago journalist and fiction writer with many years experience working for newspapers and magazines. She is a member of the America Society of Journalists and Authors and the Society of Midland Authors, where she is one the board of directors. She started out as editor of her college . . . → Read More: Interview with Lynn Voedisch, author of “The God’s Wife”

Interview with John Banks, author of “Glorify Each Day:

About John Banks

John Banks was born in Asheville, NC. His storytelling is very much in the Southern tradition, with a special affinity for humorists such as Mark Twain and the Old Southwest school of writers. Though entirely imaginary, much of the material in Glorify Each Day must have come from his many years as . . . → Read More: Interview with John Banks, author of “Glorify Each Day:

Interview with David Brown, author of “Fezariu’s Epiphany”

About David Brown

David Brown was born in Barnsley, South Yorkshire, and first conceived the idea of the Elencheran Chronicles at college in 1999. He spent ten years compiling the history of Elenchera, resulting in 47,000+ years of events, 500+ maps, 2000+ pages, several short stories and many much-needed acquaintances with Jack Daniels.

David also . . . → Read More: Interview with David Brown, author of “Fezariu’s Epiphany”