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'All Our Happy Days Are Stupid' by Sheila Heti

My review of Heti’s unsettling yet hilarious debut play is up on Electric Literature. If you’re interested in reading it, I urge you to read ‘How Should A Person Be?’ first, for enlightening context.


'Gutshot' by Amelia Gray

Featured today on Electric Literature is my review of ‘Gutshot,‘ which is absolutely my favorite new title of the year to date. Gray is a writer from whom I am desparate to read more from, but for now I’ll have to settle for obsessively re-reading her back catalogue.

ATTENTION READERS: You Have a New Home Online

This week was a big week in the literary world. There’s been a magnificent convergence of the web’s rich, yet scattered literary content. In short, book lovers have a new and much needed virtual home that proves literary culture is alive online. 192 more words

10 Short Stories I Loved in 2014

Below is a guest post from Pravesh Bhardwaj, a filmmaker based in Mumbai who has been posting his favorite short stories all year.


Exciting news...

I’m extremely excited to be writing for the Times Literary Supplement next month, reviewing Richard Weiner’s ‘The Game for Real’ on Two Lines Press. 131 more words


What We Talk About When We Talk About Ryan Boudinot

Or: Not Really Anything About Boudinot and Instead About What He Didn’t Say

Ryan Boudinot’s recent essay in The Stranger, “Things I Can Say About MFA Writing Programs Now That I No Longer Teach in One,” 1,077 more words

Books / Film

The Great 2015 Indie Press Preview

On the Edges of Vision has been mentioned in this gloriously long list of the year’s anticipated titles on Electric Literature. I’ve been through the list and already seen some things I definitely have to check out (that I might otherwise not have heard of). 79 more words