Interview with German William Cabassa Barber

I’m happy to introduce German William Cabassa Barber. He is the author of “Cazadores de Libros Perdidos: EL DIARIO DE BETANCES” (Hunters of Lost Books: THE DIARY OF BETANCES”) soon to be published by Aignos Publishing. His literary energy seems inexhaustible. I’m looking forward to reading more by this very promising author! What is your genre and your […]

Jonathan Marcantoni: How We Tell Stories

I am Editor in Chief for Aignos Publishing ( and I have been a professional writer and editor for nine years this month. I have worked on regional television shows, newspapers, books and plays. I have had two books published by Savant Books and Publications and my third will be published by Aignos, hopefully this […]

Interview with Author Kathleen Kaska

Kathleen Kaska writes the Classic Triviography Mystery Series, as well as the award-winning Sydney Lockhart mysteries set in the 1950s. Her first two books Murder at the Arlington and Murder at the Luther, were selected as bonus-books for the Pulpwood Queen Book Group, the largest book group in the country. What was the motivating factor […]

Interview with Author Sylvia Weber

Sylvia Weber is a consultant, therapist and a clinical nurse specialist in psychiatric and geriatric nursing.  She works in the psychiatric gerontology liaison program at The Miriam Hospital and is the Government Relations consultant to The Rhode Island State Nurses Association.  She is active in civic and professional  organizations.  Sylvia was a member of the […]

Interview with Author Patricia Gligor

It’s a pleasure to have Patricia here today. After sharing notes about ‘when will I be published?’ and ‘what do I have to do other than being an excellent writer?’ I was thrilled when Patricia announced her novel “Mixed Messages” would be published in just a few short months after acceptance. Where there is faith, perseverence […]

Interview with Author Sandy Corcoran

It’s truly inspiring to have the opportunity to have Sandy speak about what the essence of writing is for her. Sharing about what has been given to her and how she’s chosen to give back to others is a motivating factor in not only writing, but in how we choose to walk in this world. Thank you, […]

Interview with Author- Leanne Dyck

Please welcome Leanne Dyck, Author. Her love of writing is inspiring and in addition to her novel, I encourage you to check out her very creative and colorful blog.   Thank you, Leanne! What was the motivating factor that started you writing? Love of story, desire to create—these motivations coupled with shyness encourage me to write. What is your […]

Interview with Gil Fagiani- Poet/Author

Gil Fagiani’s poetry collection Rooks (Rain Mountain Press, 2007) is set at Pennsylvania Military College in the 1960s, his poetry chapbook Grandpa’s Wine (Poets Wear Prada in 2008) focuses on his family’s immigrant generation, and has been translated into Italian by Paul D’Agostino. His book of poetry Chianti in Connecticut was inspired by his childhood […]

Interview with Author Sarah Cortez

Sarah Cortez has numerous poems anthologized here and in Europe.  Winner of the PEN Texas Literary Award in poetry, her debut collection is entitled How to Undress a Cop.  One of her poems recently placed in the annual contest of Rattle: Poetry for the 21st Century.  An award-winning anthologist of five volumes, her most recent […]