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Interview with Author Julie Zantopoulos

For today’s interview, we spoke with author and entrepreneur Julie Zantopoulos. We were particularly excited to share this with our readers because Julie recently published a collection of short stories and poetry, Shoot Down the Wendy Bird. Her background is one of writing and editing for magazines and blogs, such as The Indie Chicks, but she also…

Interview with Freelance Writer Shoko Wanger

For our latest interview, we spoke with Shoko Wanger, a Brooklyn-based freelance writer who has written for such journals as Freunde von Freunden, The New Yorker, and Condé Nast Traveler, among other notable publications. Today she shares with us her development as a freelance writer and advice for getting started in the media industry. — 1. So, I’ve…

Interview with Poet & Writer Tiffany Trivett

1. So, I found you by way of poems you were publishing on instagram many moons ago among a group of poets typing up their work on typewriters and publishing them to the network. I found that really fascinating because sometimes I get anxious about posting my work online, because then it wouldn’t qualify for…

Interview with Artist Megan Hanley

In the next installment of our interview series, we spoke with artist Megan Hanley about the nature of her work. Quite literally. Hanley’s art focuses largely on issues of feminism, culture, and genealogy, discussing topics from the history of womanhood to astronomy, often connecting her topics to unveil and build off of larger issues. See…

Interview with Photographer Roxanne Still of Still Co.

You may be familiar with her name. We featured her photography in our fashion spread, Southern Summer Style, in our debut issue released in July. Roxanne Still is a South Carolina-based wedding and portrait photographer and cinematographer who took a few minutes to talk with us about how she got started, new developments in her…

Stepping into the Ring

    If you asked me six months ago whether I would be currently writing words for a literary magazine that I helped create, I would probably laugh it off with a wave, shaking my head at the idea that I would not only have the courage but the drive to make such a thing…

I Am, and So Are You

  I never thought I would do anything like this. Starting a magazine seems like it would fall under the category of “things I want to do one day when I feel like a more established and adequate human being.” Now, I have to see it as, “What better way to become established, to feel…

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