Posts tagged Olivia Hu
An Interview with Kailey Tedesco

Olivia Hu recently spoke with Kailey Tedesco, author of the full-length collection She Used to Be on a Milk Carton, from April Gloaming Publishing. In addition to this collection and her chapbook These Ghosts of Mine, Siamese, from Dancing Girl Press, she is the co-founding editor-in-chief of Rag Queen Periodical and an associate editor for Luna Luna Magazine. She also performs as Hortensia Celeste with the Poetry Brothel.

Their talk spanned across the many realms of publishing and the exploration of creation.

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An Interview with Amy Lauren

L'Éphémère Review interviewer Olivia Hu speaks to Amy Lauren on her chapbook Prodigal, published with Bottlecap Press. A Mississippi poet and semi-finalist in the Charlotte Mew Chapbook Contest, Amy Lauren is the author of Prodigal (Bottlecap Press, 2017) and God With Us (Headmistress Press, 2017). Her work has appeared in Believe Out Loud, Sinister Wisdom, and Cordite Poetry Review, and she has received nominations for the Best of the Net anthology and Pushcart Prize.

Their talk revolved around the way poetry allows the reclaiming and healing of one's identity, when culture and setting will not.

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An Interview With Richa Gupta

Today, resident interviewer Olivia Hu is joined by the lovely Richa Gupta, who is a seventeen-year-old poet and blogger from Bangalore, India. She is the founder and editor-in-chief of Moledro Magazine, has been published in several literary magazines, and blogs for The Huffington Post and Voices of Youth.

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An Interview With Brynne Rebele-Henry

Here at L'Ephemere Review, we are overjoyed to be joined by acclaimed writer and poet, Brynne Rebele-Henry. Her writing is pain-stakingly gorgeous, soft and cutting—cocktails of emotion. Please join us and our resident nonfiction editor Olivia Hu in welcoming the amazing Brynne with loving arms. Today, we are celebrating the forthcoming launch of her book, Fleshgraphs, which is coming out this month from Nightboat Books. 

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