Artist Spotlight: Elliott Ainsley

Elliott Ainsley is a young nonbinary artist and writer from San Francisco. Their work explores the affection and interaction between bodies in intimate relationships. Their piece, “Couple”, can be found in EPOCH Issue 02: Aftermath, available to purchase here. Which artist/what artwork did you grow up admiring? I have always…

Author Spotlight: Shannon Frost Greenstein

Shannon Frost Greenstein is the author of Pray for Us Sinners, a fiction collection from Alien Buddha Press, and More, a poetry collection by Wild Pressed Books. Her piece, “Baby, You Can Drive My Car”, can be found in EPOCH Issue 02: Aftermath, available to purchase here. What books did…

The Jigsaw as a Metaphor

I am writing this on New Year’s Eve which, for me, feels poignant and relevant but for you, the magic of it has already worn off.  We all know what kind of year this has been and, of course, I am looking forward to a new one. It feels right,…

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,…