An interview with Darling Axe editor David G. Brown

Darling Axe founder and senior editor David G. Brown recently appeared on PenPodcast.com to discuss writing, editing, and hitchhiking on sailboats. You can check out the video on YouTube:  


David Griffin Brown, senior editor

David G. Brown is an award-winning short fiction writer, and his debut novel is represented by the Donaghy Literary Group. He has published poetry, fiction, and nonfiction in magazines and literary journals, and he volunteers for the Malahat Review where he interviews writing judges and screens contest entries. He holds a BA in anthropology (UVic) and an MFA in creative writing (UBC). As an editor, he pays special attention to structure, relationship arcs, and voice. David lives in Victoria, Canada, in the traditional territory of the Esquimalt and Songhees Nations.

Preferred genres: literary fiction, science fiction, fantasy, thriller, mystery, young adult, and romance. 

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PenPodcast.com is a Matthew Harms production. You can also check him out at Penforhirenyc.com.

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