I’m about to start work on a new novel. (I’ve written three previously, all of which are in various draft stages and/or the process of being submitted to agents and publishers). After writing two young-adult fantasy novels and a more literary/mainstream coming-of-age novel, I’m excited to try my hand at writing a psychological thriller. The only problem is…
Our past Burrow Press Review contributors have been busy being awesome. Check out their latests books and stories…
The author of “Worm Fiddling Nocturne…” talks Florida, craft, and…um, worm fiddling.
Burrow Press Review celebrates April with a month of poetry guest edited by Erica Dawson.
At The Matador, where a selection of literary themed cocktails will be available, your getting drunk on said cocktails will benefit Burrow Press… not the drunkenness, per se, just the money you’ll pay for them.
Aaron Tillman discusses the craft behind his story, “Symptoms…” recently published on BP Review, touching on elements of voice, unreliable narrator and compression.
A 6 second book review of Maps & Legends, by Michael Chabon
A 6 second book review of Pastoralia, by George Saunders
A 6 second book review of The Myth of Sisyphus, by Albert Camus