Nine Questions with...Jodi Vaughn

I met Jodi Vaughn at a Romance of America Writers conference in Atlanta, Georgia last year. She was funny and down to earth, and I liked her immediately. When I found out about her book and our shared affinity for the paranormal, I knew we’d be fast friends. Here’s the gist of her paranormal romantic
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The Court Street Literary Collective Wants Writers

The Court Street Literary Collective is looking for writers interested in contributing regular original content to the site. CSLC strives to be a venue for thoughtful discussions of language, whether it’s literature, art, music, philosophy, film, or television. However, we don’t trade in polemics for the sake of polemics, dogma, intolerance, or intellectual laziness. There
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Writer and Spalding pal Vanessa Gonzales is launching a new website featuring her writing, artwork, and, better yet, musings on life, the universe, and everything. Do yourself a favor and slide on by to take a look! Linkie here.

Two Foust-ian Stories of Note

Our friend Foust is becoming so prolific that we’re considering creating a separate category just for her. This week, she has two excellent pieces releasing. The first, her story “Missing,” is included in the most recent edition of the online magazine Word Riot, where you can even listen to her read it. The other story,
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Another Excellent Review of Delta Blues

SunHerald.com has featured a nice review of Delta Blues, so if you’re on the fence about this one–which you shouldn’t be, by the way–check it out. And speaking of Delta Blues, there’s another signing happening Thursday, May 13, from 5 to 7 pm at the Crossroads Barnes and Noble store in Biloxi, MS. Carolyn will
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