Virgins No More: Writers on their First Book Signing

Signing your very first book is a landmark moment for all writers. It’s like your first crack at kissing or screwing or loving. Possibly, it’s a moment you recall in Technicolor. Or, maybe, it’s a sliver of time coated with murk and fuzz. … read more

In Conversation: Brian Centrone and Rose Yndigoyen

When New Lit Salon Press opened a call for our Southern Gothic anthology we knew to expect the unexpected. As the stories rolled in, the level of talent our call was attracting became clear. One of the most unexpected stories was from recent Lambda Literary Fellow Rose Yndigoyen. Not only was her story evocative of… read more

Brian Centrone: New Writer, New Reader

An Ordinary Boy (Seventh Window Publications), Brian Centrone’s debut novel, is far from ordinary. Blending pop culture with the transitional woes of adulthood, Centrone verges toward a new, genre-crossing niche. This new writer aims for the new reader…. read more