Adventurer, Survivor, Artist: Gleah Powers’ Memoir Million Dollar Red, Lois Lane Investigates Authors for Medium
"You’ve worked a fascinating array of day-jobs — everything from a nightclub dancer, shoeshine girl and clown to an administrative assistant, and are now a health and lifestyle coach. Would you say your paying work inspired your writing and art, or was it a struggle to find time for your craft, or both?"
Read Gleah's interview with Medium HERE
INTERVIEW WITH AUTHOR GLEAH POWERS, Todaysauthor.com
"I recently read the novel Edna & Luna, about an unconventional connection formed by two very different women in the face of a culture that is often isolating. Gleah Powers creates believable, unique characters and I was so interested in learning about her writing process."
Read Gleah's interview with Katie O'Rourke HERE
Gleah Powers: New Delta Review Contributor Interview, THE NDR BLOG
"If you could collaborate with any other artist (past included) on a new project, who would it be and why?"
"Laurie Anderson. I’ve been a fan since the 80s. Her mix of technology, music, art and culture is unlike anything I’ve seen. I recently read an interview with her in The Creative Independent. I love these quotes: “A giant blue painting can be much more about freedom than 1800 performance pieces about how..."
Read Gleah's interview with New Delta Review HERE
Gleah Powers: Authenticity and the Southwest Sensibility, Red Savina Review, March 12, 2015
"Your work, in my opinion, comes off as hyper-authentic. What does the word “authentic” mean to you as it applies to literary writing?"
"At one time, in the literary world, there was a category in fiction called “autobiographical fiction.” I don’t hear that term anymore, but most of my work tends to land in that camp. I would also call it the fiction of memory. Maybe it’s the synthesization of real life and..."