Los Angeles Review

In a gracious, honest, thoughtful interview with Liz Prato in the Los Angeles Review, Stevan Allred talks about his roots as a student at Tom Spanbauer’s table, his progression as a writer and teacher, and the publication of his debut by Forest Avenue Press. Here’s a bit of Stevan’s teaching philosophy from the interview: “First […]

A Great Review in the Los Angeles Review

Brave on the Page received an incredible review in the Los Angeles Review this morning. We especially love this: “Separated into three sections, the first and third consisting of interviews and the second made up of flash essays, this book offers interesting advice and inspiration from journalists, novelists, middle-grade authors, poets, nonfiction writers, writer-activists, short story writers, and […]