Dispatches | March 20, 2014
Interview: Molly Gaudry, Founder of The Lit Pub
This week on The Missouri Review Soundbooth we talk to Molly Gaudry, founder of The Lit Pub. In this podcast Gaudry talks about the team effort of starting a small press and the importance of goodwill in the literary community. Since 2011 The Lit Pub has been publishing, recommending, and promoting great work from both emerging and established writers.
The Missouri Review Soundbooth is a new weekly podcast series that brings you readings and interviews with authors, editors and agents about what’s happening in the literary world. Subscribe to our free podcast on iTunes. Stay tuned for next week’s podcast featuring Scott Garson, editor of Wigleaf: An Online Journal of (Very) Short Fiction.
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