About Julie Sevigny

In 2016, Literary and Fine Art Still Pay Good Money

By Julie Sevigny Novelist and poet, Roman Payne, gives hope to lovers of literature Imagine the world when Literature was central to everyone’s lives.  In the 19th Century, the father would read Shakespeare (or “The Book of Revelation,” or Edgar Allen Poe) to their families at night.  It’s sad to think that in 2016, the […]

Literary-Fiction Writer Removed from Amazon Kindle Store for Not Accepting “Erotica” Label

Amazon.com: the world’s largest bookstore and literature’s most powerful decision-maker.  They seem to have now assumed the position of the Minister of Cultural and Judge of Public Decency… but is this business powerhouse capable of justice in the domain of Art & Culture?  It appears so, as they have just banished a work of literature […]

New Book Encourages Young Women to Travel Alone: Exploring the “Girl’s” Coming-of-Age Novel

It is a cold November morning in New York, and a new and very interesting novel just came out.  Very few novels are published with titles like: The Portrait of an Artist as a Young ‘Woman.’  And even if a woman comes of age in a novel, she may as an artist, but never an […]