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Terpischore’s Atrium with April Bradley

Welcome to Terspischore’s Atrium, where the Hermeneutic Chaos editors find delight in the elfin task of  confronting their contributing authors with some really tough questions. Today, our Editor-in-Chief Shinjini Bhattacharjee interviews the amazing April Bradley who contributed a brilliant flash fiction to Issue … Continue reading

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Terspischore’s Atrium with Matthew Guerruckey

Welcome to Terspischore’s Atrium, where the Hermeneutic Chaos editors find delight in the elfin task of  confronting some amazing writers with some really tough questions. Today, our Interviews editor Aaron Wiegert interviews Matthew Guerruckey, the founding editor of the online literary magazine Drunk … Continue reading

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Terpischore’s Atrium with Rachel Bublitz

Welcome to Terspischore’s Atrium, where the Hermeneutic Chaos editors find delight in the elfin task of  confronting their contributing authors with some really tough questions. Today Aaron Wiegert will interview Rachel Bublitz, who has contributed two aesthetically inspiring one-minute plays to our … Continue reading

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Terpischore’s Atrium with Laura Madeline Wiseman

Welcome to Terspischore’s Atrium, where the Hermeneutic Chaos editors find delight in the elfin task of  confronting their contributing authors with some really tough questions. Today Shinjini Bhattacharjee will interview Laura Madeline Wiseman, whose five fantastic prose poems appeared in our Issue … Continue reading

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I Received 6 Rejections Today. So What?

As I woke up this morning, the first thing I did, as I always do, was to switch on my laptop to squint through the mails I received overnight. I saw eight emails glaring back at me, hands on their … Continue reading

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Terpischore’s Atrium with Jeanne Lyet Gassman

Welcome to Terspischore’s Atrium, where the Hermeneutic Chaos editors find delight in the elfin task of  confronting their contributing authors with some really tough questions. Today Shinjini Bhattacharjee will interview Jeanne Lyet Gassman, whose flash fiction, ‘Nearer, My God, To Thee’ appeared … Continue reading

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Terspischore’s Atrium with Christina Murphy

Welcome to Terspischore’s Atrium, where the Hermeneutic Chaos editors find delight in the elfin task of  confronting their contributing authors with some really tough questions. The author to grace our launch party today is Christina Murphy, whose poem ‘Echoes of Unavowed Rivers … Continue reading

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