Posts Tagged: Issue 4

Rowan Somerville

by Noa Jones

We spoke to author Rowan Somerville about writing in different countries, what he’s reading now, and a bad sex award. “I wish I could absorb a little Joyce in Dublin, Tagore in Calcutta, Zola in Paris.”

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Rowan Somerville

by Noa Jones

We spoke to author Rowan Somerville about writing in different countries, what he’s reading now, and a bad sex award. “I wish I could absorb a little Joyce in Dublin, Tagore in Calcutta, Zola in Paris.”

Interview with Margaux Fragoso

by Krystal Anada Sital

Fragoso plumbs the depths of the human condition with her first book, Tiger, Tiger. Undoubtedly painful, inherently suspenseful, and convincing, this gut-wrenching memoir promises a story of a woman who succesfully reclaims her life.

Interview with Margaux Fragoso

by Krystal Anada Sital

Fragoso plumbs the depths of the human condition with her first book, Tiger, Tiger. Undoubtedly painful, inherently suspenseful, and convincing, this gut-wrenching memoir promises a story of a woman who succesfully reclaims her life.

Helen Phillips

Maybe it was the mouse carnival that did me in. Or was it the factory where virgins are made, or grocery shopping with Bob Dylan, or could it have been the moment when a man turned into a rainstorm? Helen Phillips’s

Helen Phillips

Maybe it was the mouse carnival that did me in. Or was it the factory where virgins are made, or grocery shopping with Bob Dylan, or could it have been the moment when a man turned into a rainstorm? Helen Phillips’s

Emma Straub

INTERVIEW

Emma Straub’s debut, Other People We Married, is a story collection to be savored.

Emma Straub

INTERVIEW

Emma Straub’s debut, Other People We Married, is a story collection to be savored.

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Interview with Helen Phillips

by Reese Okyong Kwon

Helen Phillips’s debut collection of one-page fabulist stories, And Yet They Were Happy, is thronged by wonders. It is the work, as Amy Hempel has said, of a “deeply interesting mind.”

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Interview with Helen Phillips

by Reese Okyong Kwon

Helen Phillips’s debut collection of one-page fabulist stories, And Yet They Were Happy, is thronged by wonders. It is the work, as Amy Hempel has said, of a “deeply interesting mind.”

Story Theory: Confessions of a Literary Darwinist

By R. Salvador Reyes

In the beginning, I just wanted to write. Why should I care how humans had come to love literature and art? I didn’t care. Until I asked the question.

Story Theory: Confessions of a Literary Darwinist

By R. Salvador Reyes

In the beginning, I just wanted to write. Why should I care how humans had come to love literature and art? I didn’t care. Until I asked the question.

Letter to the Editor: A Homecoming

By Samantha Ecker Angerame

The Tottenville Review is named after my hometown—an unlikely place, I thought, to appear in the name of a literary review. I discovered the review by accident.

Letter to the Editor: A Homecoming

By Samantha Ecker Angerame

The Tottenville Review is named after my hometown—an unlikely place, I thought, to appear in the name of a literary review. I discovered the review by accident.