J. S. DeYoung

October 2019

Two pieces of news this month: My short novella (very long short story?) Waiting for the Miracle won an Editors’ Choice slot in The Cupboard Annual Contest. Publication is May 2020. Also, my last official deadline for 2019 was this month with a review of Jung Young Moon’s Seven Samurai Swept Away in a River (trans. Yewon Jung) published by Deep Vellum. The review appears in Splice.

September 2019

New review up of The Need by Helen Phillips at Splice.

June 2019

A new, two-part review at Splice of The Dry Heart and Happiness as Such by Natalia Ginzburg

April 2019

Two new reviews are up at Splice: Sam Savage’s An Orphanage of Dreams and Lina Wolff’s The Polyglot Lovers.

November 2018

Two new reviews, both for Splice: Mathias Énard, Tell Them of Battles, Kings, and Elephants and Amparo Dávila, The Houseguest.

May 2018

Two new reviews have come out in the last month with Splice. The first was on Alejandro Zambra’s Not to Read and the second was on Christine Schutt’s Pure Hollywood.

January

Three new reviews within the last month: A review of  The Brick House by Micheline Aharonian Marcom and Melville by Jean Giono appeared over at Review 31. And a review of A Long Curving Scar Where the Heart Should Be by Quintan Ana Wikswo appeared in The Quarterly Conversation.

 

April

Several reviews have come out over the last few months. For Numéro Cinq, I reviewed J. M. Coetzee’s The Schooldays of Jesus. And for Review 31 I reviewed Running by Cara Hoffmann and The Power by Naomi Alderman.

January 2017

My short story ‘The Happiest’ was published by Madcap Review

August 2016

New review out over at Numéro Cinq of Rikki Durocnet’s Brightfellow. I also reviewed Jung Young Moon’s Vaseline Buddha for Numéro Cinq in July 2016.