Eva Wong Nava lives between two worlds. She writes fiction for children and adults, and hopes to find catharsis, poetry and meaning in the written word. Her stories have appeared in various places and she has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize by the editors of Ariel Chart. Eva is the founding editor of CarpeArte Journal where good stories and art are housed. She can be found on Twitter here.
In 2019 we’re going on the road to meet as many SmokeLong contributors and editors as possible. This time, I’ve met up with Helen Rye, one of our submissions editors, in Munich to have a serious discussion about her experience reading the SmokeLong queue. Since joining the journal in July 2018, Helen has read and … Continue reading SmokeLong on the Road — A Video Interview with Helen Rye