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Author Interviews!

Atmosphere Press is proud to bring readers the Atmosphere Press Presents author interview series. We’re happy to have this archive of excellent author interviews and success stories for you to enjoy. Learn about authors and their books, from book title origin stories to music playlists that relate to their writing to what it was like seeing the cover for the first time.
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An Interview with Ryan Jo Summers, author of the Winds of Destiny Series

Ryan Jo Summers is an author who writes across the genres. She pens romance novels, blending elements of sweet contemporary with inspirational, suspense, mystery, paranormal, and time travel in any combination, like blending a fruit and yogurt smoothie. Currently, she has about two dozen published novels and novellas, as well as contributions to anthologies. She covers non-fiction, fictional short stories, and poetry of these and many have appeared in trade journals and magazines. In her spare time, she likes to hang out with her pets, bake, paint, go to the nearby forest and river, or gather with friends.

An Interview with Author Malcolm Richardson

Malcolm began writing magazine articles for cycling and triathlon magazines. Some years later he turned his hand to fiction. Initially he began the makings of a novel, but this proved a long haul. He then focussed on short stories and finally flash fiction. One win in a flash competition spurred him on. Recently he has returned to writing his novel.

An Interview with Dan Coglianese, author of Still Water

I have an BA in English from Governors State University, where I was editor in chief for the school's semi-annual literary and art journal. I have won second place in a recent Reedsy Weekly contest, and have slowly climbed the ladder among the other writers in several NYC Midnight contests for short stories and flash fiction. My WIP, a psychological thriller, is called Still Water.

An Interview with Jane Bowen, author of From Triumph to Tragedy

Born and raised in Scotland, I studied history at the University of London before training to be a teacher. On retiring, I became involved in local history in Northumberland, writing a book on our village workhouse, A Poor Little House, and editing and contributing to two volumes of local history essays, before becoming involved in researching the Pegasus.

An Interview with Bill Lythgoe, author of Time is a River

Bill Lythgoe is a retired primary school teacher From Wigan, England, and has been writing poetry seriously for about ten years. He has won prizes awarded by Writing Magazine, Sentinel Literary Quarterly, Fire River Poets, the Wakefield Red Shed, Creative Writing Ink and Nottingham Poetry Society, and been published by Earlyworks Press, Strong Verse, Southport Fringe Poetry and Gordon Square Review (Cleveland, Ohio).

An Interview with Jackie Anderson, author of Myth, Monster, Murderer

Jackie is a freelance writer and journalist, writing articles for numerous magazine publications, both print and online, and has contributed work to Gibraltar’s national newspaper, The Gibraltar Chronicle, where she currently resides. Jackie takes an interest in women’s issues and the evolving story of women’s continuing struggle for equality, even in terms of how their stories are remembered and told.