Author Spotlight: Beth Copeland

Beth Copeland is the author of three full-length poetry books: Blue Honey, recipient of the 2017 Dogfish Head Poetry Prize; Transcendental Telemarketer (BlazeVox 2012); and Traveling through Glass, recipient of the 1999 Bright Hill Press Poetry Book Award. Beth owns and operates Tiny Cabin, Big Ideas™, a residency for writers in the Blue Ridge Mountains of…

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Author Spotlight: Denise Mills

Denise Mills is a writer and introverted connection-enthusiast living in regional NSW, Australia. You can find her on Twitter here and on her website denisemills.net. Denise’s piece ‘My Mother’s Gnome’ can be found in Epoch Press’ Autumn issue, ‘Transitions’, which you can purchase here. ‘Transitions’ is such an evocative theme, what compelled…

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Author Spotlight: Chila Woychik

Chila Woychik (she/her) is originally from the beautiful land of Bavaria. She has been published in journals such as Cimarron, Passages North, Portland Review, Stonecoast, and others, and has an essay collection, Singing the Land: A Rural Chronology (Shanti Arts, 2020). She won Storm Cellar’s 2019 Flash Majeure Contest, Emry’s 2016 Linda Julian Creative Nonfiction Award,…

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Artist Spotlight: Milan Ciric

Milan Ciric’s art can be found in EPOCH Issue 03: Roots, available to purchase here. Why do you make creative nonfiction art? I create non-fiction art cause I prefer exploring metaphysical laws rather than focusing on fictional ideas. Did you have a piece in mind when you learned Epoch’s theme, or…

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Author Spotlight: Lisa Fabish

Published internationally, Lisa is co-founder of YaleWomen Writers and Writing Outside the Lines, and Associate Nonfiction Editor at miniskirt magazine. She is delightfully smitten with her girlfriend and two cats. Lisa Fabish’s piece, ‘Hammy the Hamster’, can be found in EPOCH Issue 03: Roots, available to purchase here. You can find Lisa on Twitter: @lisafabishwrite Why do…

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Author Spotlight: Karin Hedetniemi

Follow Karin on Twitter and Instagram at @karinhedet. You can also stay updated on her work through her website, AGoldenHour.com. Her piece, ‘A Dog, the Sea, a Magnolia Tree’, can be found in EPOCH Issue 03: Roots, available to purchase here. Why do you write CNF, and do you explore other…

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