Ariel Delgado Dixon is a Philadelphia-based writer whose work has appeared in numerous publications including Kenyon Review, O: The Oprah Magazine, The Mississippi Review, and The Greensboro Review. Her debut book, Don’t Say We Didn’t Warn You, is about sisters who go through hell and fight to get their lives back. It’s a sharp, beautiful novel readers won’t be able to put down.
Debutiful corresponded with the author via email about familial bonds, teenage hormones, atmosphere, and more!
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Corey Flood is comprised of three Philly musicians from different backgrounds, with different musical tastes, who are all working different day jobs. Their debut album, Hanging On, is nine songs and only 20 minutes long. However, that album weaves together complex narratives and haunting melodies. The trio is Ivy Gray-Klein (formerly of Littler, drummer Juliette Rando, and guitarist Em Boltz, who joined the other two a month after the band formed. They quickly signed to Fire Talk, which put out their debut in September 2020 after months of delays (that were nobody’s fault).
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