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
Dee Embraces Writing as Discovery — 2014

Dee Embraces Writing as Discovery — 2014

A Thousand Pardons by Jonathan Dee Buy this Book at Amazon.com Dee Embraces Writing as Discovery An exclusive Authorlink interview with Jonathan Dee   By Ellen Birkett Morris March, 2014 Like most of us, writer Jonathan Dee is captivated by the ritual public...

Journalist Turned Novelist Explores the Lives of Women

Journalist Turned Novelist Explores the Lives of Women

The Widow Waltz by Sally Koslow Buy this Book at Amazon.com An exclusive Authorlink interview with Sally Koslow Author of The Widow Waltz   By Ellen Birkett Morris October, 2013 As a girl, Sally Koslow knew she wanted to be a journalist, following the example of...

Carol Rifka Brunt’s Debut Novel, a Journey Through Grief

Carol Rifka Brunt’s Debut Novel, a Journey Through Grief

Tell the Wolves I'm Home by Carol Rifka Brun Buy this Book at Amazon.com An exclusive Authorlink interview with Carol Rifka Brunt Author of Tell the Wolves I'm Home By Ellen Birkett Morris August, 2013 Carol Rifka Brunt’s debut novel Tell the Wolves...

Empathy and Imagination Help Stories Shine

Empathy and Imagination Help Stories Shine

In his latest collection of short stories, Nights I Dreamed of Hubert Humphrey (Outpost 19 Books), author Daniel Mueller presents an array of misfits and outsiders looking for love and their place in the world. From the new kid who hangs out with the neighborhood sociopath to the boy who finds love with a registered sex offender and dreams of Hubert Humphrey, Mueller offers an insightful, open-hearted look at some very interesting characters.

Nathaniel Rich Crafts a Novel for the Age of Anxiety

Nathaniel Rich Crafts a Novel for the Age of Anxiety

Every now and then a novel comes along that completely captures the tone and tenor of our times. Odds Against Tomorrow by Nathaniel Rich is that novel, a story that captures the physical and psychological implications of living in a time marked by catastrophe and terrorism.