Would Dr. Cooper have been tough on Samwell Tarly?: An Interview with Dave Hill

Dave Hill, a graduate of Indian Springs School (‘02) and a writer for the hit HBO television show Game Of Thrones produced some of the program’s most riveting episodes such as “Home,” “Eastwatch,” “Winterfell,” and many more. The Mire interviewed Dave Hill about his involvement in writing for such a huge television program and how […]

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Interview: Angie Kim

Want to know more about the backstory of Miracle Creek or are you a writer who wants advice from Angie Kim on how to publish your work? It’s our honor to discuss these questions with Angie Kim, author of Miracle Creek. For me, it was such a pleasure to talk to Ms.Kim, with whom I […]

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Interview: Rodrigo Corral

I spent my 17th birthday in Nashville, Tennessee for a stop on John Green’s book tour for Turtles All the Way Down. Before the show, I was gifted a free copy of the book. Immediately, I noticed the intricate cover, similar to Green’s Fault in Our Stars in its bold colors and pop-art-esque design. The […]

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Interview: Maya Shimamura

The Mire reached out to Maya Shimamura, a writer featured in this issue, for one of our favorite short stories, The Sound of the Universe. Shimamura explores queerness, heartbreak, the common sounds, and how they all intertwine to impart meaning from the changes that the main character goes through, which makes it perfect for The […]

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Interview: Bradley Schmidt

Decoding and Encoding? We take the ability that we can find the book we want in almost any language for granted, but have you ever thought about the progress behind translated work? How many languages can you speak fluently? And on the top of that, could you imagine writing beautiful sentences  between two of them? […]

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Interview: Rodrigo Corral

I spent my 17th birthday in Nashville, Tennessee for a stop on John Green’s book tour for Turtles All the Way Down. Before the show, I was gifted a free copy of the book. Immediately, I noticed the intricate cover, similar to Green’s Fault in Our Stars in its bold colors and pop-art-esque design. The […]

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