“Now, on this side of it, I’m like, You’ve been great all along.”
On our latest episode of Ursa Short Fiction, author Cleyvis Natera debuts her original short story, “Fog.”
“I’m really interested in this question of who stayed home and who left, and why?”
“When you build muscle, they say, you break the muscle just a little and that is what causes it to grow. That’s what I wanted to do with the language.”
Hi friends, We have been overwhelmed by the kind words and support for Ursa Short Fiction with Deesha Philyaw and Dawnie Walton. Thank you for listening, and thank you for becoming an Ursa Member to help us fund future episodes! Today, we are thrilled to present our first audio story – “Happy Family,” by William … Read More
“Your character has to fail in telling their story. I think that’s one of the beautiful things about fiction. It truly is the messiness of life.”
A new podcast celebrating our favorite short stories and writers of the past and present.
Deesha Philyaw and Dawnie Walton reveal the work of the past and present that inspires their own writing.
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