Missives from a Scottish Cemetery by Jalyn Renae Fiske

Enjoy an exclusive guest post from Jalyn Renae Fiske, author of “Sweetbreads at Midnight,” featured in our upcoming anthology ON TIME. Where overcast skies and jade grass meet, there is a place called the Necropolis in Glasgow, Scotland. Tombstones, mausoleums, and monuments decorate the hill in tribute to those who came before. I visited one summer…

Megan Branning, an ON TIME Author Interview

Join us as we peek behind the scenes of our upcoming anthology, ON TIME. Learn more about Megan Branning in her featured interview. ABOUT THE STORY  What inspired your story? Sometimes an odd idea will come to me, and I like to see where it takes me. This story began when I wondered what would…

The World Went and Got Itself in a Big Damn Hurry by Jason M. Light

Enjoy an exclusive guest post from Jason M. Light, author of “Borrowed Time, Inc.,” featured in our upcoming anthology ON TIME. There are tunnels below the city, where downtown office workers dwell at noontime, visiting restaurants and salons, the bank or the post office, the tobacconist; muzak plays just beneath the steady drone of voices:  Did you see…

An ON TIME Excerpt: “Babel of Silence” by E.J. LeRoy

Enjoy an excerpt from E.J. LeRoy’s “Babel of Silence,” featured in our upcoming anthology ON TIME. The worst thing about prison is the voice shackles. Those silver-colored collars they snap around our necks immediately following the guilty verdict are both cruel and painless. Long ago, reformers passed laws to prevent cruelty toward the incarcerated. They abolished…

Rebecca Rowland, an ON TIME Author Interview

Join us as we peek behind the scenes of our upcoming anthology, ON TIME. Learn more about Rebecca Rowland in her featured interview. ABOUT THE STORY  What inspired your story? I worked as a high school English teacher in an urban school for many years. Last year, one of my former students disappeared while walking…

Should Writers ‘Write What [They] Know?’ by Rebecca Rowland

Enjoy an exclusive guest post from Rebecca Rowland, author of “The Found Boys,” featured in our upcoming anthology ON TIME. It was January, one of the cruelest months in New England. The temperatures had been hovering in the teens most nights, and like other Massachusetts residents, I was turning up my thermostat and having second thoughts…