"I’ve never been very interested in doing what other people are doing, what you’re 'supposed to do,' and I want my writing to reflect that."
A chat with the author of the short story 'Toy Collector.'
A chat with the author of 'Windford.'
A chat with the author of the short stories 'The Funeral Clown' and 'Demolition.'
Jai Chakrabarti talks about his novel A Play for The End of the World and what it means to be a data-driven writer.
In our new writing contest, we are accepting short stories, poems, and essays exactly 2022 words long. Enter now.
I wanted to write a book that sort of said, “We are all messing up. None of us know what we are doing. Even the people who act like they know—they don't know.”
Five new books published in the final month of 2021.
These editors will be helping us select and produce quality fiction and nonfiction as well as other new features on the site.
"In a brutal-beautiful world, you bear witness, care down to your nerve endings, corral the light, and ease the dark. You also fail and f*ck up, again and again. It’s okay. It’s all par for the arena."