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Nicole Mabry's Past This Point

How My Debut Novel Became My Survival Guide Through The Coronavirus

Suddenly, I was living my novel, it had come to life, and I was smack dab in the middle of it. Read...
Margo Orlando Littell's The Distance From Four Points

An Excerpt From The Distance From Four Points

Robin must reshape her idea of home or risk repeating her greatest mistakes. The Distance from Four Points is a story about family, womanhood, and coming to terms with a left-behind past. Read...
Author Clarissa Goenawan

The Perfect World Of Miwako Sumida: A Q&A With Author Clarissa Goenawan

From the critically acclaimed author of Rainbirds comes a novel of three people searching for answers in the wake of a mysterious young woman's death. Read...
Andrea Bartz's THE HERD

THE HERD: A Q&A With Author Andrea Bartz

THE HERD drills down into the ramifications of living in a society that keeps one gender down—and explores how far women will go in the name of self-preservation and getting ahead.   Read...
Rachael Wolff's Letters from a Better Me

Letters From A Better Me: A Q&A With Author Rachael Wolff

In 2016, I wrote an open letter on my blog about judgment. I signed it, “A Better Me.” From there, I started writing more and more. I’ve been writing letters for so long, both to others and myself, they are the place I feel most vulnerable, honest, committed, and intimate. Read...
DJ Lee's Remote: Finding Home in the Bitterroots

Remote: A Look Inside DJ Lee's New Memoir

We here at Ravishly are excited about DJ Lee's new memoir, Remote: Finding Home in the Bitterroots. We asked her to share a bit about the book with our readers and us. Read...
From the author's mother's modeling dossier, courtesy of Elizabeth Kadetsky.

The Memory Eaters: A Q&A With Author Elizabeth Kadetsky

At turns lyrical, poignant, and alluring, The Memory Eaters tells the story of a family’s cyclical and intergenerational incidents of trauma, secret-keeping, and forgetting in the context of the 1970s and 1980s New York City. Read...
Donna Miscolta’s Living Color: Angie Rubio Stories

A First Look at Donna Miscolta’s Living Color: Angie Rubio Stories

In this official unveiling of the cover of her new book of fiction due from Jaded Ibis Press in fall 2020, Donna Miscolta interviews herself.

 Donna Miscolta’s Living Color: Angie Rubio Stories

 

Me: First of all, what’s Living Color: Angie Rubio Stories about?

Also Me:  A Mexican American girl learns life lessons in and out of the classroom about race and power as she progresses from kindergarten through high school against the events that play on the evening news – the Kennedy-Nixon election, the Cuban Missile crisis, JFK’s assassination, the Beatles invasion, and the Women’s Liberation Movement.

Me: What do you like best about the cover?

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