Category Archives: Interviews

An Interview with Jon Raymond

Jon Raymond is the author of the novels The Half-Life, Rain Dragon, and Freebird, and the story collection Livability, winner of the Oregon Book Award. He was the editor of Plazm Magazine, associate and contributing editor at Tin House magazine, and a member of the Board of … Continue reading

Posted in Interviews, What People Are Reading | Leave a comment

An Interview with Jim Gilkeson

Born and raised in Kansas, Jim Gilkeson studied languages in college in the 1960s, was a brother in an order of mystics, which took him to Europe. After leaving the order in the early 1980s, he studied energy healing with … Continue reading

Posted in Ideas and Opinions, Interviews | Comments Off on An Interview with Jim Gilkeson

The Disappearing Act-cent, a guest post by Weather Lenczewski

Weather Lenczewski  is a junior in the Honors College at SOU. She is a Sociology and Anthropology major with a History minor. She hails from Woodstock, Illinois, but currently resides in the Rogue Valley.       The Disappearing Act-cent … Continue reading

Posted in Interviews, Language | Comments Off on The Disappearing Act-cent, a guest post by Weather Lenczewski

An Interview with P D Viner, author of THE CALL

P. D. Viner was born in South London and developed an early interest in the theatre and film. He earned an MA from the Gerasimov Institute of Cinematography in Moscow, the world’s oldest film school, and later lived in New … Continue reading

Posted in Ideas and Opinions, Interviews | Comments Off on An Interview with P D Viner, author of THE CALL