Writing on the Edge of Controversy: An Interview with J. Eric Miller

The Write Room’s Jennifer Dunn interviews author J Eric Miller as he discusses his thought-provoking fiction, as well as his views on reading, writing and teaching on the edge of controversy. J Eric Miller is the author of two books, Animal Rights and Pornography and Decomposition, both of which have been translated and published abroad.  His stories have appeared in a number of literary journals, and he was recently a featured author at the Festival America in Vincennes, France. JD: What are the sorts of “subversive” things you like to write yourself? I know you write about animal rights, and … Continue reading Writing on the Edge of Controversy: An Interview with J. Eric Miller

Ralph Tejeda Wilson: Interviewing the Poet

  Interviewing the Poet by Gina Gareri-Watkins Ralph Tejeda Wilson was born in Akron, Ohio, but grew up in Cleveland, a city he still considers his hometown.  Wilson holds a Ph.D. in English from the University of Utah, and is currently a tenured Associate Professor in English at Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw, Georgia. Wilson’s first book of poetry, A Black Bridge: Poems, was published by The University of Nevada Press in April 2001.  It was awarded the Georgia Author of the Year Award for Poetry in 2002.  His poetry is featured in several anthologies, including the 2006 Georgia Author … Continue reading Ralph Tejeda Wilson: Interviewing the Poet