Sorry Mom, I Support ‘Creepy’ Art: An Interview with Photographer Jack Gordon

article written by Erika Sampson First, a huge thank you to Jack for being easy-going and so freaking interesting. I owe you at least two coffees for this.  I had the absolute pleasure of interviewing Jack Gordon, a talented local photographer who I am lucky to call a friend. Since knowing him for almost two… Continue reading Sorry Mom, I Support ‘Creepy’ Art: An Interview with Photographer Jack Gordon

Tips and Tricks That Will Always Get Your Work Accepted No Matter What 100% I Swear We’ll Think You’re Shakespeare or Something

article written by Hayley Munro Draw a dog (the goodest boy you can). Draw two dogs. Go outside and write. Be one with nature. We can tell that you haven’t left your house in a week and live off of ramen noodles. We’re worried about you. Use a title longer and more convoluted than “Submission… Continue reading Tips and Tricks That Will Always Get Your Work Accepted No Matter What 100% I Swear We’ll Think You’re Shakespeare or Something

Diving Into the Realm of Fantasy: An Interview with Julia T. Lye

article written by Nathan Primeau Many thanks to Julia T. Lye for providing such insightful answers. Julia T. Lye is a writer and lover of stories living and working in Ottawa, Ontario, and is a self-proclaimed geek. Her published stories, ranging from fantasy to science fiction and the macabre, have been featured in numerous collections… Continue reading Diving Into the Realm of Fantasy: An Interview with Julia T. Lye