ERNEST MILLER “PAPA” HEMINGWAY Born: July 21,1899, Oak Park, Illinois Died: July 2, 1961, Ketchum, Idaho — Suicide Ernest “Papa” Hemingway is the expatriate writer we love to hate and hate to love. He is the superhero/antihero equivalent of literary greatness with a Royal Quiet de Luxeon at his hip and a bottle of …
Ian Watson wrote the screen story for Steven Spielberg’s A.I. Artificial Intelligence, based on almost a year’s work with Stanley Kubrick. His most recent books are The Beloved of My Beloved, a volume of transgressive and funny stories in collaboration with Italian surrealist Roberto Quaglia
Molly Gaudry is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati’s masters fiction program, and her writing appears or is forthcoming in Serendipity, Titular, UpRightDown, Lamination Colony, Robot Melon, and Wigleaf. She is a cofounding editor of Twelve Stories, the editor of Willows Wept Review, and she blogs at greencitynews.blogspot.com. Read an excerpt from We Take Me Apart, now available from Mud Luscious Press. Moon Milk Review wants to thank Ms. Gaudry for taking the time to discuss her writing and projects with us.
Richard Kostelanetz is an author whose works works readily reflect an influence of two or more media. He attended Kings College, as a Fulbright Scholar, Columbia, and Brown University and has published many books, anthologies, collections, booklets, reviews, essays and plays.