Review of Day of All Saints
Interview on Day of All Saints
Review of Day of All Saints in Heavy Feather Review
"King’s brevity reaches to encompass the edges of love, war, and impermanence in one graceful, striking sweep. Though one might be skeptical of the ability to address such weighted themes in so few pages, King proves that minimalism amplifies trauma, and even honors it in ways that expounding cannot."
How I became a writer
Interview with Yasmine Shamma at Research English At Durham
Martín, a young language school teacher in Guatemala who falls in love with his equally young North American student and follows her back to Chicago, is a character I’ve been thinking about for a very long time.
On writing long stories
Interview with Kelcey Parker Ervick at Ph.D. in Creative Writing
Writing fiction — much less, pursuing an artist’s life — was not part of the culture in which I was raised…. You didn’t make it if it wasn’t useful, if wouldn’t be for the greater good. We had canning and quilting. And no one called these things "art."
Review of The Death of Carrie Bradshaw
Interview with William Woolfitt, at Speaking of Marvels
At their best, long stories do what novels do: they capture a whole, complex world; they leap across time and space, covering extensive swathes of time and ranging across diverse settings. But the long story does so under the constraints of a much shorter length, an almost necessarily faster pace.
Wuthering Yankee: the blog
Kylie Grant reviews The Death of Carrie Bradshaw by Patricia Grace King, winner of the Kore Press Short Fiction Award.
Why I write: an essay from 2011
From 2016 to 2017, Patricia wrote the blog, Wuthering Yankee: Stories from Life on Two Continents. You can access the archive here.
Telling a story was my first love. Before I could spell my own name, I put books together. The cellar of my parents’ house in North Carolina holds boxes of them: “books” filled with primitive drawings of witches and dragons and queens.