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Weekly Wrap-Up: Week of October 22, 2018

by Anna O’Brien

There once was a tiny lunar station

That produced many a creation

By women who write

With all their might

Pub’d here for your inspiration

Happy weekend, dearest readers! Please enjoy the amazing content that appeared on our blog this week.

  • On Monday, we started the week with a mini-series of Issue 035 author interviews starting with Victoria Sandbrook and her story “Phalium arium ssp anam“;
  • On Tuesday, a second Issue 035 author interview happened, this time with Alyssa Striplin about her story “Necromance“;
  • On Wednesday, our third Issue 035 author interview went live, where we chatted with K.G. Anderson about her story “Escape“;
  • On Thursday, D.M. Domosea pondered her continual thought experiment, a world without sex, in her column “The S Word”;
  • On Friday, Elora Powell asked what makes a great female protagonist in her column “Frequently Asked Questions.”


A bit about the columnist:

Anna is a writer and veterinarian currently living in central Maryland. Visit author page