Cynthia Conte is a call center associate by day and a writer by night. She graduated from Tusculum College with a creative writing degree and has had poems published in The Blue Route and Really System and an essay published in Connotation Press. As a recent college graduate, she is still exploring her writing options. A lot of times she is “between pieces”—much like someone who is “between jobs”—more than she likes to admit, but she is taking long strides to becoming a more productive writer.
w/ Jack Daniel Miles
Jack has a q&a session with B. Diehl, author of the full-length poetry collection Zeller's Alley and co-author of the chapbook Temporary Obscurity. Jack and B. explore some of the particulars of Zeller's Alley, address maintaining emotional sincerity in poetry, and B. openly reveals his troubling source of creativity. B. also recounts the peculiar circumstances of how unintentionally coming off as misogynistic and offensive in an article he wrote ultimately gained him a larger following.