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Review: “The Impossible Fairy Tale” by Han Yujoo
(Words Without Borders, March 2017)

For a book full of so much mystery, the creative mission of Han Yujoo’s The Impossible Fairy Tale is remarkable for its author’s openness about choices regarding how to tell stories, how an author reveals information… CONTINUE READING

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I am the founding editor of The Wild Hunt. Along with acquiring new fiction, non-fiction, and artwork, I also contribute articles, which can be found in the archives.

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I previously acted as the World Literature Editor for The Mantle. My recent articles are below and a complete list is available here.

 

What to Read Now: Untrustworthy Narrators
(World Literature Today, January 2016)
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Recommended Reading 2015 from Necessary Fiction
(December 2015) 
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The Rash
(Litro, November 2015)
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Helen McClory’s On the Edges of Vision
(Monkeybicycle, October 2015)
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Chris Canders’s Whisper Hollow
(Necessary Fiction, March 2015)
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Maze
(The Electronic Encyclopedia of Experimental Literature, July 2014)
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Two Poems by Erwin Uhrmann, translated from German
(a Perimeter, Issue 1 – July 2014)
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Letitia Trent’s Echo Lake
(Necessary Fiction, July 2014)
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Stephen Graham Jones’ “After the People Lights Have Gone Off”
(Monkeybicycle, June 2014)
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Karen Russell’s Sleep Donation
(The Miami Rail, June 2014)
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Dorothy Tse’s “Snow and Shadow”
(Monkeybicycle, June 2014)
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Bohumil Hrabal’s “Harlequin’s Millions”
(Monkeybicycle, May 2014)
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Unreliable Narrators in Literature
(Interesting Literature, January 2014)
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Vsevolod Nekrasov’s “I Live I See”
(Words Without Borders, October 2013) 
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Word for Word / Wort für Wort with German and American Writing Students
(Words Without Borders, April 2013)
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Literatur im Museum anthology
(Limbus Verlag, November 2012)
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When I Walked to the Edge, I Couldn’t Go Back
(The Gap, November 2012)
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It Would Not Be a Good Week for Oliver Greengrass
(Ugly Duckling Presse/Columbia University, March 2012)
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Conquering the Third Reich
(The Brooklyn Rail, February 2012)
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Crime Scene: The Festival of New Literature from Europe
(Words Without Borders, December 2011)
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Book Reviews – Various
(Publishers Weekly, 2011-2013)