Artist Spotlight: Joe Bucciano

Joe Bucciano’s work has been featured in solo and group exhibitions in galleries and cultural centers including the Heckscher Museum in Huntington, New York and ArtServe in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. His piece, “Morning on Main Street”, can be found in EPOCH Issue 02: Aftermath, available to purchase here. Which artist/what…

Author Spotlight ‘Aftermath’: Perla Kantarjian

Perla Kantarjian is a Lebanese-Armenian writer from Beirut. Her works have been and are forthcoming in the International Literary Quarterly, Rusted Radishes, Indelible, The Hellebore, Otherwise Engaged, and more. Her piece, “We Want to Pull Our Roots from the Middle”, can be found in EPOCH Issue 02: Aftermath, available to…

The Epoch Hour Debut

After some time, we are excited to announce that Epoch Press is launching its very own podcast on 8 May 2021.  Bi-weekly, you can tune into our podcast centred on the craft of Creative Nonfiction.  The Epoch Hour is an hour long (give or take 30 minutes) conversation with writers,…

Just Breathe

We are excited to present in full our featured story from Issue 2: Aftermath, by Yvonne Conza. 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. You can purchase Issue 2 on the…

Hillary’s Staff spotlight

Who is your favourite author/artist? This is such a difficult question to answer because it’s so hard to choose just one! I have two favourite authors. The first is Patrick Rothfuss. If you haven’t read The Name of the Wind (the first of Rothfuss’s Kingkiller Chronicles) stop whatever you’re doing…

Author Spotlight: Hannah McDonald

Hannah McDonald is a teacher and writer from Glasgow. She has been published in From Glasgow to Saturn, Stone of Madness, and SPAM. Her piece, ‘Thomas’, can be found in EPOCH Issue 01: Beginnings, available to purchase here. Where do you find inspiration? I take a lot of inspiration for…