Sunlight Press will be publishing a story story written by Jessica Evans on 14 June. The press lauds itself on publishing work of new and emerging writers who experience "epiphanies [which] are born from the ordinary and the extraordinary." Evans' story, Half Moon, deals with a Chinese-American immigrant attempting to adjust to life following the return of his girlfriend from her deployment to Afghanistan. The story can be found here.
14 May 2017
Evans sat down with fellow Spalding MFA-er Lafayette Wattles to talk about craft, writing, and everything in between. The interview can be found on Wattle's site, where he asks of writers the questions we're scared to ask ourselves.
15 Feb 2017
Hippie Mafia releases today, published by Rogue Phoenix Press. "Her debut novel is filled with the kind of longing everyone experiences in life. Evans asks the questions we've all asked ourselves," said Genti Sulaj, one of the novel's first readers. Set in Cincinnati, Hippie Mafia focuses on how the decisions we make, those that seem important and those that seem insignificant, ultimately shape our larger world. It is a novel that examines humanity through an unconventional lens. Evans currently lives near a mountain range in Oklahoma and spends her time writing, reading, and staring at the sun.
Hippie Mafia is available for purchase on Amazon, Amazon Kindle, Barnes and Noble Nook, Google Play, and Smashwords.
More information about the author can be found on her author Facebook page or on Twitter @JE_Writer
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