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A Creative Conversation with the Volume 8 Poets

We sat down with some of the Poets featured in our most recent issue to talk with them about their writing inspiration, how they feel their work "embodied" our theme, and what their creative resolutions are for 2023. Read on to learn more about Eben E. B. Bein, Molly Zhu, Alison Lubar, and Evelyn Berry.

A Creative Conversation with the Volume 8 Nonfiction Writers and Visual Artists

We sat down with some of the Nonfiction writers and Visual Artists featured in our most recent issue to talk with them about the inspiration behind their work, how they feel it "embodied" our theme, and what they are most proud of in their past year of creating. Read on to learn more about Annie Marhefka, Tom Chambers, Lori Jakiela, Aluu Prosper, and Jade R.

A Creative Conversation with the Volume 8 Fiction Writers

We sat down with some of the Fiction and Flash Fiction writers featured in our most recent issue to talk with them about their writing inspiration, how they feel their work "embodied" our theme, and what their creative resolutions are for 2023. Read on to learn more about Dia VanGunten, A. Valliard, Mir Arif, Hannah Hutchings-Georgiou, and Christopher Adams.

An Interview with Volume 8 Cover Artist Eleanor Claire

Our Visual Art Editor Mollye Miller Shehadeh sat down with Eleanor Claire, the artist behind the cover of our most recent issue, to talk with her about the inspiration behind the cover image, their origin as an illustrator, and the motivation behind the many body parts present in the piece. You can explore Eleanor's full series "Body Horror" in Vol 8: Embodiment, available now!

Artists on Artists: the Fiction Authors and Visual Artists of Vol. 7

Learn more about fiction authors Christiane Williams-Vigil, Darryl Lauster, Lauren Kardos, Brett Salsbury, Max Asher Miller, and Joanna Clapps Herman, as well as visual artists Luciana Abait and Karen Fitzgerald. And make sure to check out their work in Vol 7: WILD!

Artists on Artists: the Poets and Nonfiction Authors of Vol. 7

Learn more about poets Elizabeth Galoozis, Joseph Byrd, and Rebecca Faulkner and nonfiction writers Christina Rosso, Bradley David, and Renee Gilmore. And make sure to check out their work in Fatal Flaw Vol.7: WILD.

Artists on Artists: the Prose Authors of Vol. 6 (Part 2)

Learn more about fiction and flash fiction writers Gerald Yelle, Mia Arias Tsang, Sara Streeter, Devin Welch, and Amy Eden Jollymore. And make sure to check out their work in Vol 6: Fatal Flaw!

Artists on Artists: the Prose Authors of Vol. 6 (Part 1)

Learn more about fiction and flash fiction writers James Gianetti, Rebecca Kilroy, Bea Karol, and Maxim Matusevich. And make sure to check out their work in Vol 6: Fatal Flaw!

Artists on Artists: the Visual Artists of Vol. 6

Learn more about visual artists GJ Gillespie, Caitlin Gill, and Rachel Coyne. And make sure to check out their work in Vol. 6: Fatal Flaw!

Artists on Artists: the Poets of Vol. 6

Learn more about poets Sarah Lilius, author of "Clean," Alex Wells Shapiro, author of "No Bins Are Coming," Patrice Boyers Claeys, author of "Asparagus," and Karen Paul Holmes, author of "Whoever Wrote, Rest Assured, A Peace Lilly is Not a Gift that will Become a Burden, Was Wrong." And make sure to check out their work in Vol. 6: Fatal Flaw!

An Interview with Author Elle Nash

Elle Nash, author of the upcoming novella Gag Reflex, joined Fatal Flaw associate fiction editor Daniel DeRock for a conversation about her new book, experimentation in writing, and creating fiction more honest than reality.

Q&A: Flash Fiction Contest Winners Michelle Champagne and Alex Bisker

We sat down with the winners of Fatal Flaw’s very first Flash Fiction Contest to talk with them about their winning stories, their writing process, and what they love about flash. You can read "Honeytrap" and "Gorgon" in Vol 6: Fatal Flaw, available now!