An Interview with Sean Smith, “Transformation Summer”

Sean Smith: novelist, journalist, part-time Celtic musician, and Bostonian. A four-decade writing career, from the mundane to the extraordinary. “Transformation Summer” marks his debut novel, showcasing his love for storytelling ( 1.If you had to describe yourself in three words, what would they be? Contemplative. Sociable.  Loquacious. 2. Our memories are often critical to how … Read more


Short Bio: Duane Poncy and Patricia J McLean live and write in Portland, Oregon. Their latest novel, Ghosts of Saint-Pierre, was published in October 2022. Duane is an enrolled citizen of the Cherokee Nation 1. If you had to describe yourself in three words, what would they be? Curious, compassionate, tenacious. 2. Skyrmion: Book One of … Read more

An Interview with J.A. Adams, Author of “Bomb Cyclone”

Title: Exploring Espionage, Love, and Geopolitical Tensions: An Interview with J.A. Adams, Author of “Bomb Cyclone” Bio: J.A. Adams has a PhD in English and taught English at LSU, with an emphasis on political science, until her retirement in Colorado in 2018. Her first novel, Pillars of Salt, reveals issues with oil production and corruption … Read more

Why Plagiarism Should be Avoided in Research Paper

Plagiarism is a virus that has spread to almost every sector of human life. Whether it’s professional writing or academic assignments, you will find hundreds of plagiarism cases regularly. The easy access to online resources and the advent of advanced devices played a crucial role. This uninterrupted access to helpful resources makes it no uphill … Read more

Exploring ‘Hollow Gods’: An Interview with Davidson Loehr

MEET: Davidson Loehr is a remarkable individual whose life has been a constant exploration of diverse passions. From his early days as a talented musician to his time in the Army, where he used his skills to arrange interviews, Davidson has always sought out the most challenging experiences. His service in Vietnam as a combat … Read more

Dumpster, for God’s Sake: An interview with Ben Stoltzfus

Dumpster is a novel about Loviers City—an imaginary town that believes cleanliness is next to Godliness. The Reverend Peter Newell, Pastor of the First Unanimist Church, wants Godliness. His parishioners, as a group, become Godly. David Goodhew, Mayor of Loviers City, wants cleanliness. His followers, as a group, want what he wants. Carmen Grace, Director … Read more