Six months since you died and only now I begin to feel the missing resonance of your body. I walk for hours through fresh snow; the ground is a rib I turn over with each step. I unearth what should … Continue reading Doubting Cremation, by Barbara Ellen Sorensen
The Florida Book Review | Published on : October 27 2013 | Christine Morando Click here to read the original article There’s been some hemming and hawing in Florida for the past few years that university graduates aren’t sticking around the state in high enough numbers … Continue reading Uncovering All That Glitters
Tabitha Blankenbiller was born and raised in Washington’s Mt. Rainier foothills and currently lives south of Portland, Oregon. She is married and has raised two wonderful cats. Tabitha contributed to All That Glitters, a nonfiction collection edited by Nicholas Garnett, … Continue reading Tabitha Blankenbiller: Beauty and Madness
Congrats to Sliver of Stone editor Nicholas Garnett and the lovely Denise Schiavoni who tied the knot on October 26. Writer Andrea Askowitz presided over the ceremony by the ocean. Continue reading Nicholas Garnett gets married!
With Dennis Lehane, author of Mystic River and Shutter Island. With writers Anjanette Delgado, Andrea Askowitz, Mahalia Solages, and Fabienne Sylvia Josaphat: Continue reading Hanging out at the 2013 FIU Writers Conference
A Note from Michele Slung Will you help spread the word that material eligible for consideration in the annual Best American Mystery Stories — for example, right now, any story published between January 1, 2013, and December 31, 2013 — can be submitted … Continue reading Best American Mystery Stories
By guest blogger Kevin F. Mason At 3:45 a.m. in the morning on February 7, 1986, Haitian dictator Jean-Claude “Baby Doc” Duvalier boarded a U.S. chartered plane to take him into exile in France. In response to the news, the … Continue reading When I Can’t See the Sun: Jean-Michel Daudier’s Soundtrack to Haiti’s Democratic Moment
Betsy Blankenbaker directed and produced several documentaries, including New York in the Fifties (2000) based on the best-selling book by Dan Wakefield. “I started making films as an eight year old with my father’s 8mm camera,” she says. “I didn’t … Continue reading Betsy Blankenbaker: Artist & Humanitarian
On his Facebook page, writer Hector Duarte, Jr. described the launch of Sliver of Stone’s All That Glitters as an “awesome, mellow event.” And according to editor Nicholas Garnett, it was “warm and lovely, like family, in the best sense … Continue reading An awesome, mellow event
M. Evelina Galang, who teaches in and directs the Creative Writing Program at the University of Miami, is core faculty for VONA/Voices: Voices of Our Nation Arts Foundation. She has been named one of the 100 most influential Filipinas in … Continue reading The Flight of Lola Catalina Lorenzo: An Interview with M. Evelina Galang
Check out this article by Kat, blogger at Kreyolicious.com! She approached several experts about the future of Haitian literature: Dr. Martin Munroe, Director of the Winthrop-King Institute for Contemporary French and Francophone Studies and a professor of French at Florida … Continue reading What’s in store for the future of Haiti’s literature?