Posts Tagged "Elizabeth Hilts"

Behind the Words: Elizabeth Hilts

Posted by on Jul 11, 2014 in Uncategorized | 4 comments

Elizabeth’s Hilts’s essay, A System of Linear Equations, is a wonderfully quiet piece that dedicates many of its words to exploring the world that she has found herself in; a world with a mother who is “completely out of her mind” and a world where she has to face adult realities. Hilts was nice enough to answer some questions about her writing routine, teaching, and what she’s working on now.    I love your descriptiveness in this piece, especially because it juxtaposes the idea of holding a secret with giving every possible detail of a setting or situation. Did you do that intentionally, or did you find it came more naturally? What a great question....

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Spry’s First-Ever Inaugural Gala!

Posted by on Aug 22, 2013 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Come celebrate a year of words with Spry Literary Journal! Join us for readings delivered by our outstanding published authors and poets (including Travis Baker, Gail Hosking, Christy Scott, Elizabeth Hilts, Jenni Nance, Crystal Jarvis, Krysta Voskowsky, and other local [Boston-area based] entertainers,) raffles, and light refreshments. Admission is free (!); small donations will be accepted at the door. When: September 27, 2013, 8-10:30 Where: Out of the Blue, 106 Prospect Street, Cambridge, MA 02139 617-354-5287

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