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Q&A with Nnadi Samuel

February 2, 2021 Sam Stevens

NNADI SAMUEL is a graduate of English and Literature from the University of Benin, who lives in Lagos (Nigeria). His works have been previously published in PORT Magazine, Gordon Square Review, Seventh Wave Magazine, Rigorous, […]

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Q&A with Holly Isemonger

January 31, 2021 Zoe Kingsley

HOLLY ISEMONGER was the joint winner of the 2016 Overland Judith Wright Poetry Prize. She is the author of the chapbooks Hip Shifts (If A Leaf Falls Press) and Deluxe Paperweight (Stale Objects dePress). She […]

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Q&A with Vince Ruston

January 27, 2021 Maya Pilbrow

VINCE RUSTON dabbles in writing across all forms. They also dabble in editing, gardening, feminist philosophy, and witchcraft. They live on Wurundjeri land with their feline daughter, Persephone. They have been published in Kill Your […]

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Q&A with Stephani Beck

January 21, 2021 Holly Isemonger

STEPHANI BECK is a creative soul making the world a better place. Guest Editor of #18 Regional Voices, Holly Isemonger, interviews cover art contributor, Stephani Beck. One of the reasons your artwork is so great […]

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