Ellen Birkett Morris

Ellen Birkett Morris

Ellen Birkett Morris is an award-winning, multi-genre writer based in Louisville, Kentucky. Morris is the author of LOST GIRLS, a short story collection, which Kirkus Reviews called "A varied set of tales from a skilled practitioner of the short form." Her fiction has appeared in Shenandoah, Antioch Review, Notre Dame Review, South Carolina Review, Fiction Southeast, Santa Fe Literary Review, and Upstreet, among other journals. https://ellenbirkettmorris.ink/index.html
Review: I Have the Answer by Kelly Fordon

Review: I Have the Answer by Kelly Fordon

Review: I Have the Answer, Kelly Fordon, Wayne University Press – Kelly Fordon’s latest collection of short stories I Have the Answer deals with the unexpected losses that life hands out ….

Interview: Austen’s Persuasion Inspires Modern Take in All Stirred Up 

Interview: Austen’s Persuasion Inspires Modern Take in All Stirred Up 

All Stirred Up, Brianne Moore, Alcove Press – Winter is a great time to escape into books that feature food, a bit of romance and family drama. Brianne Moore’s All Stirred Up offered a modern take on Jane Austen’s Persuasion that features competing restaurateurs, interfering family and the captivating backdrop of Edinburgh, Scotland.

Themes of Loneliness Underlie Parker’s Short Stories

Themes of Loneliness Underlie Parker’s Short Stories

Snapshots, Eliot Parker, Morgan James fiction – Eliot Parker grew up in Appalachia, so it is no surprise that his award winning collection of short stories Snapshots is rooted in the people, places and customs of the region. His stories have a dark, sometimes surreal edge, befitting the author, who also pens mystery novels.