Fiction Unplugged: A Wee Interview by The Chattahoochee Review
Outside of cooking, reading, running, and Siggy, fiction is my thing. But part of writing fiction is accepting that most of it goes unnoticed (which is not a singular complaint). Fiction Unplugged is a series of work - widely-published, self-published, unpublished - that's typically gone unread.
A Wee Interview by The Chattahoochee Review
Once upon a time, I was surprised to receive the Lamar York Prize for Fiction from The Chattahoochee Review. Once upon a (more recent) time, I was surprised again when the TCR editors asked if I'd participate in a "Contributor Spotlight." They sent over a few questions and, after overthinking them to death, I sent them my responses. (I can only hope they weren't a total embarrassment).
Anyway, you can read the interview here.