The Good Life Review

Author Q & A with Patricia Aya Williams

This week’s Author Q & A is with Patricia Aya Williams. Patricia is a Red Wheelbarrow Poetry Prize recipient and Steve Kowit Poetry Prize finalist. She is a graduate of the Poetry Certificate Program at San Diego Writers, Ink, and a 2022 Pushcart nominee. Read the full Q&A to learn what Patricia shared with us…

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Author Q & A with Elizabeth Collis

This week’s Author Q & A is with Elizabeth Collis. Collis writes from Nova Scotia, Canada. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Ellipsis Zine, Progenitor Art and Literary Journal, Tangled Locks Journal, Flash Fiction Magazine, The South Shore Review, and elsewhere. Collis’ nonfiction story, The Truth About My Old Haunts, is featured in…

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Author Q & A with Ellen June Wright

This week’s Author Q &A is with Ellen June Wright who was born in Bedford, England but currently lives in New Jersey. Her poems have appeared in the Naugatuck River Review, New York Quarterly, Plume, Atlanta Review, Solstice, Tar River Poetry, Paterson Literary Review, Gordon Square Review, The South Carolina Review, Obsidian, Caribbean Writer and…

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Author Q & A with Sara Burge

This week’s Author Q & A is with Sara Burge. Burge is the author of Apocalypse Ranch, and her poetry has appeared in or is forthcoming from Virginia Quarterly Review, Willow Springs, Prairie Schooner, The American Journal of Poetry, Passengers Journal, River Styx, and elsewhere. She is the Poetry Editor of Moon City Review. Burge’s…

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Author Q & A with William Trowbridge

This week’s Author Q & A is with William Trowbridge. Call Me Fool, his ninth poetry collection, came out from Red Hen Press in September. Over 550 of his poems have appeared in numerous literary magazines and in more than fifty anthologies and textbooks. He is a faculty mentor in the University of Nebraska-Omaha Low-residency…

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A Conversation With Rodrigo Toscano

Rodrigo Toscano is a poet and dialogist based in New Orleans. He is the author of eleven books of poetry. His most recent books are The Cut Point (Counterpath, 2023), and The Charm & The Dread (Fence Books, 2022). Rodrigo is this year’s judge of the Honeybee Literature Prize in Poetry and we’re grateful he…

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Author Q&A with Dustin Moon

This week’s Author Q & A is with Dustin Moon. Moon is a writer from Victoria, BC. His work has appeared in Freefall Magazine, Pulp Literature, and forthcoming in Acta Victoriana and Fusion Fragment. He lives with his husband and their two hyper puppies. Moon’s fiction story, Roger and Flight 8124, is a tender coming…

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Author Q&A with Rohan Buettel

This week’s Author Q &A is with Rohan Buettel. Rohan lives in Canberra, Australia and his writing can be found in various Australian and international journals. His poem, Turnings, is featured in Issue #10 of The Good Life Review. Read the full Q&A to learn what Rohan shared with us about his life and writing…

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