Posts Tagged "Betsy Phillips"

INK, The Frame, and Christopher Soren Kelly

by on Aug 11, 2016 in Nonfiction | 3 comments

A few weeks ago, I received two movies in the mail — director Jamin Winans’s cult classics, Ink and The Frame. Since I live in a cave under a rock, I didn’t know anything about either movie. In this way, I feel incredibly fortunate. I got to sit there through both movies in wide-eyed...

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SEEKING TANIS. Runner Available.

by on Jun 15, 2016 in Nonfiction | 0 comments

I can’t remember where I first heard about The Black Tapes, the creepy X-Files meets Serial podcast produced by Pacific Northwest Stories, but I can distinctly remember finishing the first episode and then having to immediately replay it because I could not believe what I had just heard....

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The Four Gardens of Fate

by on Feb 15, 2016 in Short Fiction | 0 comments

When you ask most psychics why they don’t just learn the lottery numbers and play them ahead of time, they’re going to tell you that’s not how it works. You can’t just get the numbers. Of course you can. The real question is not whether you can get the numbers, but what happens to you...

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Interview with Betsy Phillips, author of “Frank”

by on Sep 6, 2011 in Interviews | 0 comments

Interview by Stephanie Jacob SJ: When we first start reading “Frank” there is a sense of normalcy. But in a few paragraphs we are given our first indication that this story is far from normal. “I could drive on out of here and be so far gone by the time he got back he’d never be able to...

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Frank

by on Sep 6, 2011 in Short Fiction | 0 comments

by Betsy Phillips She’s sitting behind the wheel of that old white F-150. She’s got that Mexican blanket thrown over the vinyl seat, so you can bear to sit on it in this heat. She tells me she has never driven stick before. She’s sitting right up on the edge of the seat, one long leg...

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