Let’s start here: I’ve read everything you’ve ever written.

My biggest fan!

 

And I’ve got to say, I’m finding it a little difficult to find a pattern.

You must have been talking to my agent.

With so many amazing book trailers coming out, Flatmancrooked decided to get fancy. I’m very pleased to present this amazing book trailer for Forecast, which launches on Monday the 15th.

Behold!

Forecast by Shya Scanlon | Booktrailer from Flatmancrooked Publishing on Vimeo.

The same day I met Zachary, my landlord installed a new bathtub faucet. All new pipes, too. I’m sure you’re thinking, “Oh, Joellyn, what does that have to do with anything?” To which I reply: Everything, baby, everything.

egg

By Molly Gaudry

Novel

I had never seen snows but I had heard

dreamed

imagined great pillows of them

warm as a tongue

1.
Flora the Whore

Flora the Whore?

is: (1) the title of my current project, another verse novel, which is much longer than WTMA and pays more attention to meter; (2) being tweeted over at Twitter, a chapter every so often; (3) what I’ve renamed my blog, which is where I post poems for pay.

Clearly, Emma, you are a liar. Your book, Fly-Over State, is billed as a novella, when everyone can see that it is nothing more than a short story. How do you sleep at night?

I had no idea this interview was going to be so hostile. But, yes, you’re right, it is a short story. It is a long short story, at least by my own standards. When Flatmancrooked approached me about their New Novella series and Launch program, the emphasis seemed to be on the ‘New’ and ‘Launch.’ It is also possible that I am a bad listener. Hopefully, the story is satisfying enough that one feels as though they’ve read a novella.