On the outside, C.E. Crezee is a cheerful, spontaneous young woman, but she exposes her entire soul in the stories she writes. She dreams of one day being able to publish and share all the stories that are stored inside her head with her readers. She has just published her first book in Dutch, a YA novel called Een vloek of een zegen (A Curse or a Blessing), the first book in the Identiteit (Identity) series.Read More →
Veronica Solorzano Athanasiou is a Bio-Statistician with a piano and a garden who was born in Venezuela and is currently living in the Mediterranean island of Cyprus.
She writes for her own well-being and is a Spanish speaker who communicates in English and Greek. Her first book, Clara Thinks to Us, was written originally in English and later translated to Spanish. It is an autobiographical novel, with optimistic outcomes for the challenges the main character faces.Read More →
Garon Whited was born in Wichita, Kansas in 1969 or 1970; the original birth certificate is suspiciously unavailable and other records do not agree. After following his parents around the South for several years, he finally caught up to them and settled somewhere in Texarkana.
Garon attended Texarkana College, the University of Fayetteville, and Texas A&M. While he was in college, he studied many subjects, none of which were helpful in earning a living. At present, he writes stories in the hope people will feed him. He has written several novels and various short stories and shows no signs of stopping. Having fought organic golems, vegetarian vampires, were-chihuahuas, and blood-sucking pineapples, he is uniquely qualified to write fantastic fiction. His work tends toward the optimistic: even his apocalyptic sci-fi novel has a surprisingly feel-good twist.Read More →
Martha Carr is an old school nerdette who loves magic, Star Trek, Star Wars, treasure hunts, DC comics, and hanging with her dogs and friends. She has written for the Washington Post, the New York Times, Politico, the Wall Street Journal, amongst other publications but is now into magic full time. Martha lives in her dream house in Austin, Texas, and is putting in a very badass garden in the backyard. Friends will always be welcome.
Author interview – Martha Carr
Hi Martha, thanks for joining me here! Could you please tell us when you started writing, and why?
Stefan Calin, PhD is a Philosophy academic by day and explorer/adventurer by night. Having written numerous publications in the fields of general research into the history of philosophy, ancient greek philosophy, and continental philosophy, this is his first large-scale foray in the world of Literary Fiction.
He has published short stories and poetry in his native Romania since the age of eleven. His style mixes exciting writing, bodily exploration, transgressive fiction with a philosophical inquiry into the fundamentals of human nature and relationships.
You can always find more information on his current projects by visiting his website.
Author interview – Stefan Calin
Hi Stefan, thank you so much for your time! Tell us, when did you start writing, and why?
I started writing at a young age, probably around nine or ten years old. Back then, I felt I had so much to say and my first contacts with serious literature were so inspiring that the urge to write developed naturally. I started writing short stories and poetry that, however childish they were, provided me with a much-needed creative challenge.Read More →