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Author Q & A with Katherine Kubarski

This week’s Author Q&A is with Katherine Kubarski. We asked Katherine a number of questions and she elected to combine two of the questions to explain both how the pandemic affected her life and writing and how she came to finish the 14 year old poem that appears in the latest issue of The Good Life Review…

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Author Q & A with Laurie Guerin

This week’s Author Q&A is with Laurie Guerin. Laurie is a spoken word artist who has performed her original works on stage throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. She has co-produced two live storytelling series, Word Up and Tell Me More in Santa Cruz,  California. Her flash essay, “The Code,” appeared in our latest issue of The Good Life Review…

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Nonprofit Announcement

It’s official… Finally! One of our goals for 2021 was to obtain nonprofit/tax-exempt status for our organization. After waiting for many moons to hear back from the federal government (AKA, the IRS), we are pleased to report that The Good Life Review is now recognized as a 501(c)(3) corporation…

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Author Q & A with Kara Davidson

This week’s Author Q&A is with Kara Davidson. Kara is an actor, playwright, and teaching artist currently pursuing her MFA in Writing for Stage and Screen at the University of Nebraska at Omaha. Her script, “The Farewell Burn,” was the 2021 winner of the Honey Bee Literature Prize in script writing…

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Introducing Kim Louise

Today we could not be more pleased to introduce the third of three new editors on The Good Life Review Team, Kim Louise! Kim joins us as an editor on the stage & screen team as of Issue #6…

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Author Q & A with Adam Graham

This week’s Author Q&A is with Adam Graham. Adam is a writer and artist based in Asheville, North Carolina. His work is rooted in the complexities and dynamics of relationships and explores issues of social class, identity, and the role language plays as both a force of connectivity and a force of disintegration. His flash fiction story “On Art, Authority, and Crows: A Modern Fable” appears in our latest issue of The Good Life Review.

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Introducing Tana Buoy

Today we are excited to introduce the second of three new editors on The Good Life Review team, Tana Buoy! Tana joins us as an editor on the flash fiction team as of Issue #6. She received her MFA in Writing from the University of Nebraska in July of this year.

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Author Q & A with Christi Krug

This week’s Author Q&A is with Christi Krug. Christi has been a community educator in Vancouver, Washington since 1997 and she is also and a creativity and mindfulness coach. Her piece appearing in this issue of The Good Life Review is a nonfiction essay titled “The Coats in Summer People.” 

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Introducing Michelle Pierce Lyles

With the release of our fifth issue last month we announced that The Good Life Review is growing and adding three new editors to our existing staff. We could not be more pleased to introduce Michelle Pierce Lyles who is joining us as a poetry editor…

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2021 Pushcart Prize Nominations

It’s official! This year’s Pushcart Nominations have been signed, sealed, and delivered (or at least dropped off at the USPS)!! We’re excited to announce our 2021 nominations…

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Hello friends. Welcome to The Good Life Review Buzz—Our hotspot for exciting news, interviews, info about upcoming events, and highlights of contributing artists and our team.

Our Autumn issue was released on November 15th and we hope y’all love it as much as we do. For this issue we decided to mix things up a bit and do a little Q and A with the contributing authors so we could get to know them better and perhaps learn something interesting about their writing. We sent 12 questions to the authors who were open to the idea and their responses will be appearing right here, at the Buzz, over the next few months.

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