Letters from Max by Sarah Ruhl and Max Ritvo

Reviewed by Melissa Gaiti Where does a person turn when facing stress, grief, or pain? In Letters from Max, we witness connection through writings between Sarah Ruhl and Max Ritvo as their relationship evolves from professor and student to friends. Just as the title suggests, letters are used to tell the narrative and take readers …

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Let’s Chat with Author Cendrine Marrouat

Earlier, we had the pleasure of meeting David Ellis, author and co-founder of Auroras & Blossoms Poetry Journal, a literary magazine that promotes uplifting and inspirational poetry no matter the topic. Now we get the chance to meet Auroras & Blossoms Poetry Journal's other co-founder, author Cendrine Marrouat. Marrouat's Walks: A Collection of Haiku is one of …

Let’s Chat with Author Carolyn Howard-Johnson

Today we have a very special interview with author Carolyn Howard-Johnson by fellow author Carol Smallwood. Smallwood is a literary reader, judge, and interviewer who recently published a poetry collection Patterns: Moments in Time. Carolyn Howard-Johnson, author of the multi-award-winning How To Do It Frugally Series for writers including USA Book News’ winner for The Frugal Book …

Let’s Chat with Poet and Artist Robert Erlandson

Today we have a very special interview with poet and artist Robert Erlandson by fellow author Carol Smallwood. Smallwood is a literary reader, judge, and interviewer who recently published a poetry collection Patterns: Moments in Time. Smallwood: A member of Michigan Writers, you were born in Detroit; what other places have you lived or traveled? Do …