The behind the scenes interviews with SpeakEasy authors reveal all of the drama behind the evolving storyline. Learn why Holly asked “What did I get myself into?” and how she was only limited by the boundaries of her imagination.
The behind the scenes interviews with SpeakEasy authors are just as juicy as the actual novel! Find out why B.R. Knight made five possible outlines for her chapter and then threw them all away in a burst of inspiration, plus read about her current writing projects, which are all VERY different from SpeakEasy!
The behind the scenes interviews with SpeakEasy authors are just as juicy as the actual novel! Find out why Romualdo was nervous when it was his turn to tackle a chapter, how he almost gave the project organizer a heart attack when he suggested killing off a major character, and what he tried to add to the character of Charles, one of the story’s antagonists.
Meet the artists behind our current exhibition, The Waiting Room: Lost and Found, and hear more about the project itself, and how a community of artists and art lovers collaborated to bring important issues in women’s health to the table for discussion.
Jay Nelson, co-owner of the Strecker-Nelson Art Gallery in Manhattan, Kansas and the force behind this biennial exhibit, gives a wonderful interview about the history of the show, how he defines a “master” and what he hopes you take away from this exhibit. Kansas Masters opens at 9AM on September 2.
Most people, during an interview, are not going to use profanity or be too politically incorrect, but there are some common words that you should also avoid. 1. Irregardless. Regardless of what you might have been led to believe, irregardless is not a word at all. Some people might not be bothered by its usage, but […]