Monthly Archives: April 2015

Grad School: An Interview with Tara Thomas

Tara Thomas received her B.A. in English from Southern Oregon University in 2012. She is a second year Ph.D. student in the Department of Literature at the University of California, Santa Cruz, where she studies Victorian-Edwardian literature and queer cultural … Continue reading

Posted in Grad School, Interviews | Comments Off on Grad School: An Interview with Tara Thomas

Grad School: An Interview with Jayla Rae Ardelean

EB: What was your graduate program like? What courses did you take and what sorts of things were you reading? JA: My graduate program was amazing because I was constantly challenged, whether that was academically, mentally, or emotionally. I think … Continue reading

Posted in Grad School, Interviews | Comments Off on Grad School: An Interview with Jayla Rae Ardelean

An Interview with John Hough, Jr.

John Hough, Jr. is a graduate of Haverford College. He has been a VISTA volunteer, a speech writer for Senator Charles Mathias of Maryland, and assistant to James Reston at the Washington Bureau of the New York Times. Hough is … Continue reading

Posted in Ideas and Opinions, Interviews | Comments Off on An Interview with John Hough, Jr.

An Interview with Ray Rhamey

Born and raised in Dallas, Ray Rhamey studied at the University of Texas-Austin before embarking on a decades-long career in advertising and marketing communications and a stint as a scriptwriter in Hollywood. Today he lives in Ashland where he devotes … Continue reading

Posted in Interviews | Comments Off on An Interview with Ray Rhamey

An interview with Amy MacLennan, poetry editor of the Cascadia Review

Amy MacLennan has appeared at the San Francisco Lit Crawl, the Petaluma Poetry Walk, the San Luis Obispo Poetry Festival, and the Windfall Reading Series in Eugene, and Cody’s Books in Berkeley. She has taught poetry workshops through the Sequoia … Continue reading

Posted in Interviews, Literary Events in Southern Oregon | Comments Off on An interview with Amy MacLennan, poetry editor of the Cascadia Review