Interview: Dylan Emerick Brown

Have you ever heard of a professional high school literary magazine? Before this year, neither had we! The Mire reached out to Dylan Emerick-Brown, Editor-in-Chief and founder of Howl, a professional literary magazine run by the students of Deltona High School, for insight about what it’s like to produce a successful professional student-run magazine. Howl […]

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Interview: David Hobdy III

If you enjoy reading about the awkward, angry, and scary parts of a young black boy growing into himself, David Hobdy III, an alum of Indian Springs School, might be the author for you. In this interview we ask him about his three stories: Tangled and Nappy (2016), Racist Sandwiches (2016), and Old Boys Young […]

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Interview: Abi Andrews

“‘With Whose Blood Were My Eyes Crafted?”: An Interview with Abi Andrews Looking for an escape from the ever-connectedness of modern life? Venture no further than than Abi Andrews’, The Word for Woman is Wilderness. But don’t be fooled, the Midlands England native, Ms. Andrews’ debut novel is more than just an escape; it’s part […]

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Interview: Michael Knight

Interested in a more behind the scenes type look at an accomplished, Alabama-native writing process and life experience? Or even want to know more about Disney’s controversial 1990’s theme park flop known as Disney’s America? We at The Mire certainly did. So, we reached out to author Michael Knight to discuss his new Virginia based […]

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Interview: Juleah del Rosario

Looking for a novel with that typical happily-ever-after we all know so well? Well, 500 Words or Less isn’t that. Author Juleah del Rosario explores concepts such as love, loss, spinning moral-compasses, and self-discovery while refusing to succumb to that perfect, unrealistic ending in her debut novel. The main character, Nic Chen, wrestles with all […]

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