Colorado Creative: Susan Froyd

Susan Froyd has highlighted over 400 artists in Colorado for her Westword column “Colorado Creatives”. We wanted to ask her the same questions that she generously asks us. So here is a slightly modified version of Susan’s questionnaire. You’ll be reading at Art of Storytelling this month, and you mentioned reading poems. We all know […]

Rashid Mohamed Interviewed by Ahja Fox

Rashid was born and raised in the foothills of the Alps, but his roots lie in east Africa. He attended the Vienna International School in Austria before moving on to Ohio University. Rashid is an aspiring writer who served as managing editor of the Arapahoe Pinnacle as well as the art & photography editor of […]

Joni Hobbs Interviewed by Ahja Fox

Joni Hobbs writes fiction short stories and poetry. Her poem, “Ode to the Fountain Pen”, won the Docket literary competition and her flash fiction piece, “The Sky”, was published in ACC’s literary journal, The Progenitor. She is currently working on finishing her first novel.   Interviewer: You stated in your bio that you are working […]

C.Y.N interviewed by Steven Dunn

The following is an interview with C.Y.N (an independent hip-hop artist based in Athens, GA, via West Virginia, via Philadelphia) before the release of his short film “Wake Up.” We will upload the film for viewing next week also. We also showed his first film “Fuck Radio” when it was released in 2016. In this […]

Deep Jackson Interviewed by Steven Dunn

The following is an interview with the West Virginian rap artist/teacher-counselor/business-owner, Deep Jackson. We discuss his most recent album It Just So Happens, how he encourages young people to dream, and some of his influences. Transparency: Deep Jackson and I grew up together in McDowell County, WV—we’ve known each other since elementary school. And I’m […]

Rushi Vyas Interviewed by Steven Dunn

Rushi Vyas currently lives in Colorado where he teaches creative writing and is working toward an MFA at the University of Colorado-Boulder. He has a degree from the University of Michigan and is a medical school dropout. He serves as Managing Editor of Timber Journal and attended the 2017 Tin House Summer Writer’s Workshop. His […]

Kali Fajardo-Anstine Interviewed by Ahja Fox

Kali Fajardo-Anstine has a novel and story collection forthcoming from One World/ Random House. Her fiction has appeared in The American Scholar, Boston Review, Bellevue Literary Review, The Idaho Review, Southwestern American Literature, and elsewhere. Kali has been in residence at Yaddo, Hedgebrook, and Hub City Press. She holds an MFA from the University of […]