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Issue #7 ~ Spring 2022 is Now Live!

Today friends, as we open our windows and doors wide to let more light and fresh air in, we are thrilled to present Issue #7 ~ Spring 2022. We appreciate all the patience our contributors have had with us as we’ve worked through compiling their amazing pieces into this wonderful and bold issue. We’re eager to share and celebrate their work!…

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Introducing Carina Faz

It’s always exciting when someone new joins the team and we could not be more pleased to introduce our newest member and the third of three new fiction editors, Carina Faz. Carina is an award-winning screenwriter/filmmaker residing in Brooklyn (NY), but originally from Dallas, Texas. She received her BA in Radio/Television Production from Texas A&M University at Commerce and is currently finishing her MFA in Fiction at the University of Nebraska Omaha…

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Introducing Emily Marvin

Today we are introducing the second of three new fiction editors on the Good Life Review team, Emily Marvin, who is joining us as of issue #7. Emily holds a BA in English, Creative Writing, and Publishing from the University of Iowa and is a recent graduate of the University of Nebraska’s MFA Writing program…

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Introducing Pamela Brodman

Today we are delighted to introduce the first of three new fiction editors on the Good Life Review team, Pamela Brodman! Though Pam is joining the fiction team as of Issue #7, she’s not new to The Good Life Review. She has been with us since the very first issue as a Spanish Translator…

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Author Q & A with Jiahui Wu

This week’s Author Q&A is with Jiahui Wu. Jiahui lives in the middle of nowhere and pays respect to the Kaurna people and their elders past, present, and future. She has work published in Plumwood Mountain, Cordite, Rabbit, SFPJ, and elsewhere. Her two flash fiction stories, “The Eternal Dead” and “The Couple” appear in our Winter 2022 issue. We asked Jiahui twelve questions and her answers to each were brief and to the point, much like her flash stories!…

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Author Q & A with Lynne Golodner

This week’s Author Q&A is with Lynne Golodner. Lynne lives in Huntington Woods, Michigan with her husband and four teens and works as a writing coach and professor. She has an MFA in Poetry from Goddard College, hosts the Make Meaning Podcast, and is the author of eight books and thousands of articles. Her nonfiction essay “Swimming: A Meditation” was featured in our Winter 2022 issue. Read on to find out what she shared with us about her essay, her artistic process, and her writing life…

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Author Q & A with Joe Cappello

This week we are bringing you highlights from our interview with Joe Cappello. Joe lives in the picturesque desert country of Galisteo, New Mexico and writes plays, stories, and memoir. His short play, “Sell Bots,” appears in our latest issue. Read more to find out what Joe shared with us about his writing…

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Author Q & A with Cristina Legarda

This week’s Author Q&A is with Cristina Legarda. Cristina was born in the Philippines and spent her early childhood there before moving to Bethesda, Maryland. She is now a practicing physician in Boston. Her poem “Imelda” appears in our Winter 2022 issue. Read on to find out what Christina shared with us about her poem and her experiences with writing and craft…

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