Kilts and Historical Fiction: An Interview with Sam Snoek-Brown

I recently had the pleasure of sitting down with the kilt-wearing, novel-writing bad-ass Samuel Snoek-Brown. We chatted about his affinity for kilts, why fiction writers do research, and some book that's coming out soon. NT: Let's get straight to what everyone wants to know: how much of Hagridden did you write while wearing a kilt? … Continue reading Kilts and Historical Fiction: An Interview with Sam Snoek-Brown

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Matthew Ankeny: Conversation with a Flash Novelist

Today is the official release date of the very first flash novel from Bartleby Snopes Press. We are incredibly proud to release Matthew Ankeny's The Rink. This is a beautiful story that really captures the essence of humanity. Here's the official synopsis of this terrific book: "Life pauses for no one, and Kay and Sandi feel … Continue reading Matthew Ankeny: Conversation with a Flash Novelist

Writing, Scottish Nonsense, and Librarians: An Interview with Chris Kelso

One of the toughest things about being a successful writer is balancing writing with a career. Since writing doesn't pay the bills for most of us, a day job is a necessary evil, but it also can serve as a refreshing break from the stress of the writing world. Today I chat with Chris Kelso, … Continue reading Writing, Scottish Nonsense, and Librarians: An Interview with Chris Kelso

Serial Chat with Sean Munger

One of my favorite things about writing and publishing is meeting so many fascinating and friendly people. Thanks to my connection with JukePop Serials, I recently had the pleasure of chatting with a fellow serial novelist and teacher, Sean Munger. Sean is currently on the sixth chapter of a terrific serial novel, The Armored Satchel. … Continue reading Serial Chat with Sean Munger

Welcome to the Monster Opera: Chatting with Nancy Stohlman About Relationships, Writing, and Flashing

A few months ago, Bartleby Snopes Press announced its call for Flash Novels. This was an idea that had been brewing in my mind for a couple years, but I wasn't quite sure how to do it. When the idea for Flash Novels just wouldn't go away, I decided it was time to go for … Continue reading Welcome to the Monster Opera: Chatting with Nancy Stohlman About Relationships, Writing, and Flashing

Unmasking a Liar: Nathaniel Tower Interviews CS DeWildt

Today I have the pleasure of uncovering some details about one of my favorite writers. CS DeWildt has been on my reading list ever since he first submitted "The Bull" to Bartleby Snopes a little over three years ago. After reading his novella Candy and Cigarettes (Vagabond Press, 2011), I was hooked and had to … Continue reading Unmasking a Liar: Nathaniel Tower Interviews CS DeWildt

The Dueling Next Big Thing: Marc Vincenz vs. Bill Yarrow

Today I bring you The Next Big Thing from Marc Vincenz and Bill Yarrow. Marc and Bill originally posted these interviews on Facebook a few days ago. Now, in this Write, Juggle, Run exclusive, Marc and Bill re-share their interviews for the world to see. Marc: And here we go…avec un verre du vin: in … Continue reading The Dueling Next Big Thing: Marc Vincenz vs. Bill Yarrow

Publishing Dreams and Nightmares: Susan Tepper v. The Big Six

Most writers dream of making it big, of signing that book deal that will let them quit their day jobs and do nothing but sit around and write. Many writers have the delusion that once they get a foot in the door of a big publisher, the rest will be gravy. Those big-time publishers do … Continue reading Publishing Dreams and Nightmares: Susan Tepper v. The Big Six

Self-Publishing Success: Alex M. Pruteanu Discusses Writing Promotion

One of the most difficult tasks as a writer, perhaps even more difficult than writing, editing, submitting, or getting accepted, is the art of promotion. In today's publishing world, whether you self-publish or are lucky enough to catch a break with a bigger publishing house, most of the promotion is on you, the writer. So … Continue reading Self-Publishing Success: Alex M. Pruteanu Discusses Writing Promotion