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The Particular: Editing Weblog

Pamela Simon Published in Evening Street Review

I’m proud to share that Wilcox Editing client Pamela Simon’s lyric essay “The Evidence” appears in the current issue of Evening Street Review (No.17: Autumn 2017), a publication of Evening Street Press. In this powerful short, Simon describes her personal experience with the physical and psychological scars left by the January 8, 2011, shooting that killed six people and left thirteen wounded, including Simon and Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords. »

The Structure of Success: An Interview with Andria Williams

I recently had the pleasure of interviewing Andria Williams, Wilcox Editing client and author of The Longest Night, a historical fiction novel and book club book now available in paperback. A transcript and mp3 are posted here. Please enjoy! »

Appearances at the Tucson Festival of Books

This Saturday afternoon, I’ll have the pleasure of giving a reading and moderating a panel at the Tucson Festival of Books, an event that attracts upwards of 130,000 attendees each year, making it one of the top-five literacy festivals in the country. This festival, completely free and open to the public, funded only by sponsors & exhibitors, has donated $1.25 million to local literacy providers since its inception seven years ago. More than 1,800 community volunteers help the event run. It is a sight to behold! »

New Review Published in The Rumpus

My review of John Wray’s The Lost Time Accidents was published in The Rumpus last week. All are invited to read, comment, and share»

Serve Beimeni, Live Forever: An Interview with Raeden Zen

I recently had the pleasure of interviewing Raeden Zen, Wilcox Editing client and author of The Phantom of the Earth, a hot new science fiction series, the first two books of which are available for free download. A transcript and mp3 are posted here. Please enjoy! »

Kudos

Erin forces me to think about the underlying meaning of the story. This helps me add layers of real-life complexity to my fiction.”

Dinesh Pulandram,
Author,
"Damaged Goods," "Evangeline Vicare"