Suspend Your Disbelief

Marian Crotty


Marian Crotty is the author of the short story collection What Counts as Love, which won the 2018 Janet Heidinger Kafka Prize. She is an assistant professor of writing at Loyola University Maryland and lives in Baltimore.


Interviews |

Gifts and Constraints: An Interview with Caitlin Horrocks

“My most general advice to writers working on historical fiction is to do as I say, and not as I did, and to try to relax at least a little, and trust in both the power, and the necessity, of imagination”: Caitlin Horrocks talks with Marian Crotty about her novel, The Vexations, as well as how short fiction helped her prepare for a longer project, her work as an editor at Kenyon Review, and more.