We are so pleased to welcome J.M. Jones on our Authors Talk series to discuss his piece, “The Course of a Marriage,” published in Issue 24 of Superstition Review.
In this week’s Talk, J.M. delves into the minds of writers—poking at our curiosity about “what-if” scenarios and how we turn to writing to explore how they might have played out.
For him, this is where his story, “The Course of a Marriage” all began. Be sure to listen to to his captivating Talk below.
Want to learn more about J.M.? Check out his website here.
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4 thoughts on “Working with the “What-Ifs,” An Authors Talk with J.M. Jones”
It’s interesting how an incident, most would forget about afterwards, helped him create “A Course of a Marriage.”
Right, it really shows how seemingly minor moments can have the biggest impact.
I am a huge “what-if” person so I appreciate Jones’ thoughts on using those moments to spark creativity.
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