Intern Diaries: A New Beginning

The best way out is always through –Robert Frost Hey, feisty ones! Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours! I love the holidays, even without religion, no one can deny the certain happiness in the air. The lights, family, and food represent a time to remember the year and begin a new one. And that’s what…

Ed Ahern, a Featured Interview

If you haven’t heard of our new project,  the On Fire anthology, this interview series will showcase our authors and their writing lives beyond their ignited tales. In Ed Ahern‘s “The Birthing,” Matt falls into fire’s pit to come face-to-face with a new kind of flame. How long have you been writing? Newspaper articles, intelligence reports…

Jean Roberta, A Featured Interview

If you haven’t heard of our new project,  the On Fire anthology, this interview series will showcase our authors and their writing lives beyond their ignited tales. In Jean Roberta‘s “Mysteries of the Dragon,” two orphans fight against an ancient and mystical fire.   How long have you been writing? Since I was a teenager. I…

Intern Diaries: On Fire Writing Rant

Hey, Feisty Ones! As most know, our cover reveal for our On Fire anthology has recently been released, and if you haven’t seen it go check it out (here). I would like to take some time and talk about fire. Fire is unforgiving, unweathering, and can bring chaos. I believe that each one of us…

Victor Hawk, a Featured Interview

If you haven’t heard of our new project,  the On Fire anthology, this interview series will showcase our authors and their writing lives beyond their ignited tales. In Victor Hawk’s “Clover,” the inadequacies of John’s divorce forces him to burn with the woman he’d always wanted. What is the first book or story that made you cry?…

Daniel M. Kimmel, a Featured Interview

If you haven’t heard of our new project,  the On Fire anthology, this interview series will showcase our authors and their writing lives beyond their ignited tales. In Daniel M. Kimmel’s “The Burning of Atlanta,” director Frank O’Leary obsesses over creating the fire of all cinematic fires, and he makes one costly bargain to get it….

The Ultimate Finaincial Aide Guide, Part Two

Hello, feisty ones! I’m back with a financial guide, part two. I’ve finally gotten all my financial situation straightened out, but some aren’t so lucky. This 2017 Fall semester has been a nightmare for a lot of students, especially the ones that are on financial aid through the government and other loans. Because of recent…

Intern Diaries: Lost Alice Sneak Peek

Hello, Feisty Ones! It’s almost October, and I am so hyped. I love the weather this month brings. I’m a huge fan of all things Halloween, and I will have my dorm decked out in it. I’d like to kick off the almost beginning of October by sharing with you a story I have been…

The Last Travel Log…. For Now

Hey, Feisty ones! “Good morning, everyone. Today’s the day. The sun is shining, the tank is clean, and we are getting out of here!” –Peach, Finding Nemo I flew on my first plane, and it was the best experience I could have had. I was terrified, trying to find different ways home. Discovering that my…

10 Tips for Surviving the Slush Pile

Hey, Feisty Ones! It’s officially summer! As many know, here at Transmundane Press, we are in the works for a fire anthology. Well, guess who reads all the stories. Me. So, as we are working our way through the pile from hell (size not quality), I can’t help but think about the other publishing companies…

So, I quit my job.

Hey, Feisty Ones! So, I quit my job. Not my job here at the press, but the part time job that’s been keeping me from working here. I won’t go into details, but I will tell you about what happened this week that caused me to quit. Let’s do it in a series of days….

Interview with Author Alisha Costanzo

Can you tell us a little about your main protagonist, Ria, and what’s gotten her here? Ria is a bit of a smart mouth. She’s independent because she’s needed to be—after losing her grandparents and never knowing her parents, but now, she has to cooperate and think of much more than her own survival. In…