Editor & Publisher Janna Marlies Maron interviewed by Beth Ruyak on Insight, a local news show on Sacramento’s NPR affiliate Capital Public Radio. Click here to listen.

“The editors of Under the Gum Tree have created lovely space for creative nonfiction and visual art, prioritizing connection between artists, readers, writers, between people. It is the kind of publication that makes you feel, and allows the human experience, in all its variety, to coexist in these pages, as well as in the space between these pages and the reader, and in doing so, makes something beautiful.”— In Stories (and Art) Without

New Digital Magazine Features Creative Nonfiction, Sacramento Press, August 15, 2011

I Always Thought I was the Only, April 18, 2012

Hit Trees with Sticks, But Not Hard, reprinted in Sacramento News & Review, April 26, 2012

“The journal’s collection of stories about film, music and family reflect the multifaceted nature of nonfiction.” — In The Written Word (pdf), Sacramento Magazine, May 2012

Literary Spotlight: Under The Gum TreePubslush, March 2013

Editor Interview: Janna Marlies Maron on nonfiction, art, and publishing Under The Gum TreeLisa Romeo Writes, February 1, 2014