The Selfie Interview

SELFIE INTERVIEW | Kristie Smeltzer

Kristie Smeltzer is an author whose writing has appeared in So to Speak, The Florida Review, Eclectica Magazine, and the Apeiron Review. Her story, “Bridges,” was a runner-up Phoebe: A Journal of Literature and Art’s 2007 Fiction Contest. Her story, “The Fine Art of Goldfish,” received an honorable mention in the WriterHouse/C-ville Weekly 2015 Fiction Contest and appears in Apeiron Review’s Issue 10. Kristie is currently working on two novels. She earned her MFA at the University of Central Florida. She resides in Charlottesville, Virginia, and teaches at WriterHouse.

SELFIE INTERVIEW | Nathan Tavares

  Nathan Tavares was born and grew up in southeastern Massachusetts, bounced around New England for a while, and currently live in Boston. He started writing as a kid on an old Apple IIe desktop that, at the end of its life, made clanking noises when he turned it on, until he released it on a farm …

SELFIE INTERVIEW | Kristie Smeltzer

Kristie Smeltzer’s writing has appeared in So to Speak, The Florida Review, Eclectica Magazine, and The Apeiron Review. Her story,  “Bridges,” was a runner-up Phoebe: A Journal of Literature and Art’s 2007 Fiction Contest. Her story, “The Fine Art of Goldfish,” received an honorable mention in the WriterHouse/C-ville Weekly 2015 Fiction Contest and appears in Apeiron Review’s Issue 10. Kristie …

SELFIE INTERVIEW | Tim Eberle

Tim Eberle is a New York based writer and comedian, like everybody else who lives in Brooklyn. His writing and performances have appeared in McSweeney’s, Splitsider, DNAinfo, the Santa Fe Literary Review, Jewish Life Television, Jewlicious.com, Heeb Magazine, and The Madcap Review, among others. Most recently, he was seen performing at the Peoples Improv Theater …

SELFIE INTERVIEW | Vimi Bajaj

Vimi Bajaj is a writer living in Chicago. A graduate of the Bennington Writing Seminars, she is currently at work on a novel set in modern day India. Publications include Prick of the Spindle, Asian American Literary Review, The Doctor T.J. Eckleburg Review, Panorama Journal, Imperfect Fiction and The Bristol Short Story Prize Anthology vol.9. …

SELFIE INTERVIEW | Melanie Lynn Griffin

Melanie Lynn Griffin is a freelance writer, teacher, and environmental communications specialist whose work has appeared in Sierra magazine, AARP Bulletin, Sojourners, and So To Speak Journal. She is a pastor at Cedar Ridge Community Church in Spencerville, Maryland, and leads writing workshops and contemplative retreats. Ms. Griffin holds an MA in Nonfiction Writing from …

SELFIE INTERVIEW | Sandeep Kumar Mishra

Sandeep Kumar Mishra is an outsider artist, an international freelance writer and a lecturer . His works are artistic manifestation of his actual self and shows the heart for nature and its beautiful creations including human especially woman. He runs an academy called “Kishlaya Outsider Art Academy” in his home town to train the novice …

SELFIE INTERVIEW | Greg Moglia

Greg Moglia is a veteran of 27 years as Adjunct Professor of Philosophy of Education at N.Y.U and 37 years as a high school teacher of Physics and Psychology. His poems have been accepted in over 300 journals in the U.S., Canada England, India, Australia, Sweden, Belgium and Austria as well as five anthologies. He is …

SELFIE INTERVIEW | Charles Brown

Charles is an emerging writer with a poem appearing in Anima Poetry Press, and now with this as his first fiction publication at Eckleburg. He’s currently enrolled in the Creative Writing BA program at ASU, and will have received his degree by the end of 2017. Eckleburg: What drives, inspires, and feeds your artistic work? …

SELFIE INTERVIEW | Christine Stoddard

Christine Stoddard is a writer and artist originally from Arlington, Virginia. She also is the founding editor of Quail Bell Magazine, an online and occasional print publication for real and unreal stories from around the world. Christine’s work has appeared everywhere from Cosmopolitan to the New York Transit Museum to the Tulane Review and beyond. …