The Literary Chick Interviews

The Literary Chick Interview – Lily Morris

The Literary Chick Interview – Lily Morris

  The purpose of art is limitless and different for everyone. It’s a receipt of your life force, a map, a fantasy world, a mirror... so many things. If you’re asking what the purpose is for me, right now? In This 4am online chat with my brilliant friend Michael Corvo,...

The Literary Chick Interview – Dave Barbarossa

The Literary Chick Interview – Dave Barbarossa

== I have a kindle. Just finished reading ‘High Rollers’ by Jack Bowman. I think I’ll take the ferry after reading that. == erm...‘The Human Stain’ by Phillip Roth. == Escape. To be transported. I am drawn to scores of great authors. I loved John Updike and Dickens,...

The Literary Chick Interview – Adam Smyer

The Literary Chick Interview – Adam Smyer

  Adam Smyer is the author of Knucklehead, which has been accurately described as “A fierce, intelligent, and often hilarious novel about a young African-Attorney who struggles to keep his cool in the personally and political turbulent ‘90’s”.  The Literary Chick was...

The Literary Chick Interview – Kerry Wallach

  by Kerry Wallach, Associate Professor of German Studies at Gettysburg College Gettysburg College website (could link my name to this page): http://www.gettysburg.edu/academics/german/faculty/employee_detail.dot?empId=06446544020013335&pageTitle=Kerry+Wallach...

The Literary Chick Interviews Adam Smyer

The Literary Chick Interviews Adam Smyer

  Right now I am working on Hillbilly Nationalists, Urban Race Rebels, and Black Power, by Amy Sonnie and James Tracy. Nonfiction, for a change. It is eye-opening. I am reading “great” here not as just very good but as life-changing and important. Time capsule shit....

The Literary Chick Interviews Rod Picott

The Literary Chick Interviews Rod Picott

  I wouldn’t say I had favorite authors as a child. It was more that I was enamored with particular books. One Flew Over The Cuckoos Nest, Marathon Man, Three Days of the Condor all had rich characters. I went through my Catcher in the Rye phase like a lot of young...

The Literary Chick Interviews Michael Barsa

The Literary Chick Interviews Michael Barsa

I’m finishing up a classic I’ve never read before—Victor Hugo’s Les Miserables—and then I’ve got Daphne DuMaurier’s My Cousin Rachel and Gabriel Tallent’s My Absolute Darling. Not exactly light reading, but I like my fiction like I like my food: rich, with complicated...