“Told in the third-person perspective of a young boy named Joshua, ‘Navigators’ follows this boy and his father as they engross themselves within the world of the fictional NES (Nintendo Entertainment System) video game Legend of Silence.”
“Here’s a theory: To be a kid with a live mind is to be deluded and self-involved, but also curious and evolving at hyperspeed. To be insightful in surprising ways, totally off base in other ways, but never afraid to make sweeping pronouncements, like a little de Tocqueville in the Land of Adults.” Philip Graham talks with Bryan Furuness about his novel The Lost Episodes of Revie Bryson.
Aaron Burch talks with friend and fellow writer Matt Bell about the release of his debut novel, In the House upon the Dirt between the Lake and the Woods, as well as where the personal intersects the fictional, why empathy matters, and writing in new directions.
Our current feature is Dylan Nice’s debut story collection, Other Kinds, which was published by Short Flight / Long Drive Books in October of 2012. His stories and essays have appeared in NOON, The Rumpus, The Collagist, and MAKE, among others. In his recent interview with the author, Brian Allen Carr describes Nice’s collection as “a hot, taut little read with big life, precise writing, and haunting characters.” But what most struck Carr about Nice’s new book was its structure, particularly the organizing elements that Other Kinds and his own recent book of stories, Vampire Conditions, had in common. So […]
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Michael Rudin presents Hobart, our latest Journal of the Week. The journal’s ability to curate badass, cutting-edge narratives has helped this modest upstart grow out of Founding Editor Aaron Burch’s bedroom into a full-on web/print literary journal and publisher.
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