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1 ON 1 Interview: Nikita Hernandez


Robert Stout: Fall Morning | Chronic Fatigue
Marissa Vander Ploeg The End | Dream Big
Nicholas Froumis: Wonder
Erren Kelly: Ruby Slippers
Carl Scharwath: Endemic Soul
Jason Kirk Bartley: Broken Pieces
Milt Montague: One Day
Jolene Munch Cardoza: I Am Going Away
Joe Bisicchia: Time Capsule
Jim Boswell: Loose Ends Two
James Sutton: Nancy Reagan Nursing Alzheimer’s
Gary Beck: Qualms
Patrick Theron Erickson: Understudy | The Promised Inheritance
Kevin Brown: My Father Died Almost a Year Ago | We Will All Be Winners, Eventually
Clinton Inman: Sylvia | Frankenstein
A.J. Huffman: 3 Stages Past Basic | Unspoken Words
Bruce McRae: Hospice
Jacob Erin-
Cilberto: 1-A
Greg Moglia: The Stadium at Delios
Ware: Quite Surreal
Chelsea Rawlings: Somewhere Close By
Fabrice Poussin: If I Had a Wall
Sterling Jacobs: Aftermath
James Piatt: Signs of the Times | Memories and Tears
Hollbrook: A Time of Telling | A Study in Red and Black
Jeremy Caldwell: Showing Grandmother’s House


Mickey Kulp: Hands Unseen

Simon Lee-Price: The Resurrection of Jane Evans
AN Block: Dead Night
Sean Callahan: Focus

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Torrid Literature Journal

Vol. XX: bend, don't break

TL Publishing Group LLC closes out the year with Volume XX Bend, Don’t Break. This latest issue of the Torrid Literature Journal is a refreshing reminder of the aesthetic appeal rooted in fine works of literature. Volume XX starts off with an interview featuring Nikita Hernandez, a Pushcart Prize nominee who takes the time to share her thoughts and advice on writing.

The Torrid Literature Journal also contains a beautiful collection of poems and short stories that highlight the flexibility and power of the written word. Lovers of literature will truly appreciate the lengths writers go to just to create these beautiful works of art where they embed their truth and skill. The final result is nothing short of astonishing as these writers come together with the flexibility and grace of a ballerina who knows how to dance dutifully around the beats of life.

Change is the one factor that remains constant in life. It teaches us how to adapt to our surroundings. As a result, there is always something to say which means artists will never run out of material. This also means TL Publishing Group’s journey will never end. Join TL Publishing Group as they continue on their journey to connect writers with readers who are thirsty for literary material that feeds the senses, soothes the heart, and ravishes the mind.