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Tiny Stories for Big Bookish Hearts

An interview with Parchment Girl!

matchbook-stories What really makes Matchbook Stories unique is the incredible design work that goes into every issue.

You can read the rest and the interview here.

Thanks Parchment Girl!

“Books as Objects Should Be Beautiful.” Interview in The Review Review about Matchbook Stories.

Review Review Interview

An interview in The Review Review in which I talk about all things literary: Matchbook Stories, our Book Ex Machina publishing philosophy, some of my favorite literary magazines, etc.

And some very nice words by the interviewer, Sandy Ebner:

When I pick up a literary magazine I’m usually filled with a certain degree of anticipation. But I’m not usually grinning as I sit down to read. Matchbook Stories is as unique a magazine as you are ever likely to find. “The tiniest literary magazine in the world,” Matchbook Stories is, as the name suggests, designed to look like a matchbox. Inside each small box are four stories, each printed on its own tiny matchbook, with cover art designed specifically for each. As expected, the stories are very short, but what a delight they are to read, not just because they are well-written, but because the magazine is three-dimensional, thereby making the act of opening the box and choosing which story to read first, much different than opening the covers of a more traditional magazine. Plus, it’s just plain fun.

Go read the whole thing in The Review Review!

Happy New Year!

Interview in The Bookseller!

The awesome Anna James interviewed me about Matchbook Stories and Book Ex Machina.

Here’s the whole story in The Bookseller.

Matchbook series strikes a match

J. Robert Lennon interviewed me for Okey-Panky

A couple weeks ago Okey-Panky published my story “The Winner.” After, editor-in-chief J. Robert Lennon had a few questions for me. You can read the interview here!



Interview in The Cyprus Weekly (full interview on the Book Ex Machina blog)

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