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Illustration from Ceremonials by  Mariana Magaña de Lio (mar_de_lio on Instagram)

A Q&A With Katharine Coldiron, Author Of Ceremonials

It was a pleasure chatting with Katharine Coldiron about her forthcoming book, Ceremonials, a twelve-part lyric novella inspired by Florence + the Machine’s 2011 album of the same name. Read...
You Again by Debra Jo Immergut

Cover Reveal: A First Look At Debra Jo Immergut's You Again

A taut, twisting work of literary suspense, You Again audaciously unboxes the memories, mistakes, ambitions, and obsessions of a woman struggling to balance it all. Read...
Helen behind the bar at the Sunflower Inn.

Good Time Party Girl: An Excerpt

This long-lost autobiography of a woman who lived life with no regrets from the 1880s to the 1960s offers a rare look into the colorful criminal underworld from New York to San Francisco. Read...
Sorry I'm Late, I Didn't Want to Come by Jessica Pan

Sorry I’m Late, I Didn’t Want To Come: A Q&A With Jessica Pan

What would happen if a shy introvert lived like a gregarious extrovert for one year? Read...
As A River by Sion Dayson

An Excerpt From Sion Dayson's As A River

Ravishly is thrilled to share an excerpt from Sion Dayson's As a River  (September 2019, Jaded Ibis Press)

It’s 1977. Bannen, Georgia, nestled amid pine forests, is rife with contrasts: natural beauty and racial tension, small-town charm and long-term poverty. An unsettling place for a Black man who fled it years ago and has since traveled the world.

But Greer Michaels has to come home, to care for his dying mother. And that means he’ll have to reckon with the devastating secret that drove him out in the first place.

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A Q&A With Memoirist Kathleen Pooler 

Twenty years in the making, Just the Way He Walked, an alcohol recovery memoir chronicles the journeys of two addicts — her son and her own as an enabler. Read...
Camel Crazy author Christina Adams

In Conversation With Camel Crazy Author Christina Adams  

As a mother, journalist, and now an international sleuth, Christina has become an expert on health, autism, and camel milk. Camel Crazy is that story.  Read...
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Shelter In Place: A Q&A With Catherine Kyle

It was a pleasure to chat with Catherine Kyle about Shelter in Placeher book of poems about nature, technology, apathy, and empathy. Set against the backdrop of a dystopian city, the poems examine fear, hope, and resistance as a form of magic. 

Shelter in Place by Catherine Kyle

 

Your title immediately struck me. That phrase—“shelter in place”— creates an immediate reaction in my body. Did you have that title in mind from the outset? 

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