Archive for the 'Interviews' Category

Rick Rofihe is a Scorpio. Rick Rofihe is sort of like an owl, though nicer. He is

not concerned with, “Who, Who?” But rather, “What What?” Rick Rofihe sat down with

me for an interview in his office for two hours. Rick Rofihe sent me home with a

bag of sweets and an armful of books. In this bag of sweets, Rick Rofihe

inadvertently reminded me that there is nowhere is the world where a person can

get a pastry like New York. Keep reading

Nicolle’s interview with Rick Rofihe.

Also on the blog:
   At the HuffPost: F’naut and the future of the literary magazine
   Writing Spaces: Randall Brown
   Fictionaut Five: Matt Baker
   Luna Digest, 11/3

onlinewriting-smOnline Writing: The Best of the First Ten Years (Snowvigate) collects poetry, fiction, and nonfiction from 115 writers and 56 online journals from Action, Yes to zafusy. Says Michael Kimball of the anthology: “The internet machine has been a great boon to innovative writing and it’s wonderful to see so much of it collected here in book form.”

Waveland, set on the Katrina-ravaged Mississippi Coast, is Frederick Barthelme’s first novel since Elroy Nights, a finalist for the PEN/Faulkner Award and a New York Times Notable Book. Booklist says: “In this powerfully atmospheric story of loneliness and risk, Barthelme slyly conceals emotional and philosophical intensity beneath the peculiarity of circumstance, the dazzle of hilarious repartee, and the luster of gorgeous prose.Read more….



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