I talk to Propeller Quarterly

“In this issue, we asked two debut writers to speak about how they made ends meet while working on their books. Lisa Wells’ first book, Yeah. No. Totally. (Perfect Day Publishing) came out in July. Paul Constant, reviewing the book in The Stranger, said of Wells’s prose, “Listen to this lively description of nature that would make Edward Abbey light up with an ear-to-ear grin: ‘In the insect-humming noon, coarse sage exploded from the earth.’ Or this brutal passage about the aftermath of a car crash: ‘He didn’t die in the road. He was wheeled to a white room made appropriate for dying. It goes on and on like this automatically.'” Wells answered a few questions about work via email between shifts, and had a patron snap the above photo.”




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