Author Spotlight: Christina Hoag

Christina Hoag is the author of novels Girl on the Brink and Skin of Tattoos, and winner of prizes for her essays and fiction from the International Human Rights Arts Festival and Soul-Making Keats Writing. Her piece, ‘Finding a Piece of My Past in Lagos’, can be found in EPOCH…

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Author Spotlight: Cheryl Diane Parkinson

Cheryl Diane Parkinson is a British-Caribbean writer living in Norfolk. Her publishing history includes the fictional story The Revolving Door. Her debut novella Maya is due for release early 2022. Her piece, “Monica”, can be found in EPOCH Issue 03: Roots, available to purchase here. Why do you write CNF,…

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Author Spotlight: Jessica Zarins

Jessica Zarins is a Swedish-Latvian author based in the UK. Her work explores themes of heritage, identity and nature, and has appeared in Litro Online and Under the Radar magazines. Her piece, “Root to Branch”, can be found in EPOCH Issue 03: Roots, available to purchase here. Why do you…

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Author Spotlight: Brittany Ackerman

Brittany Ackerman is a writer from Riverdale, New York.  Her debut novel, The Brittanys, was published with Vintage in June of 2021.  She lives in Los Angeles. Her piece, “blonde”, can be found in EPOCH Issue 03: Roots, available to purchase here. Why do you write CNF, and do you…

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Author Spotlight: Larissa Reid

A former English teacher turned freelance science writer, Larissa Reid has published poetry and prose regularly since 2016. She is a founder member of the Edinburgh writing collective, Twisted::Colon. Her piece, “Capella Rising”, can be found in EPOCH Issue 02: Aftermath, available to purchase here. What books did you grow…

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Author Spotlight: Yvonne Conza

Yvonne Conza’s writing has appeared in Longreads, Electric Literature, Los Angeles Review of Books, AGNI and elsewhere. UK’s Dodo Ink will feature her work in an upcoming anthology. Her piece, “Just Breathe”, can be found in EPOCH Issue 02: Aftermath, available to purchase here. What is the most challenging and…

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