Jason DeYoung


Several items of publication news: My review of Edouard Levé’s Newspaper is up over at Numéro Cinq. (I reviewed, and loved, the same author’s Autoportrait a few years back.)  Numéro Cinq also published my review of Rikki Durcornet’s Deep Zoo in January. Additionally, two of my short stories are set for reprint in the next few months: “Caulifloret” in Booth 8 and “The Funeral Bill” in a new anthology coming out of New Orleans (title TBA).


My short story “Caulifloret” was published over at Booth: A JournalAlso this month, I reviewed Daniel Kehlmann’s excellent novel F over at Numéro Cinq.


My review of The Expedition to the Baobab Tree by Wilma Stockenström came out over at The Austin Review blog.  Additionally, my interview with Jody Bolz appeared in Numéro Cinq last month, and it also included a review of her new book Shadow Play.


My piece of flash fiction, “Wish-Away,” was published in theNewerYork.


My interview with Micheline Aharonian Marcom was posted at Numéro Cinq this month.  Additionally, a little story of mine, “Wish-Away,” is forthcoming in theNewerYork.


My review of Joseph McElroy’s Cannonball is up over at Music & Literature.


My interview with Joesph McElroy was published this month over at Numéro Cinq.  Also, it looks like didn’t note that I had a review of Stig Saeterbakken’s Through the Night come out back in August.


Numéro Cinq posted my review of Micheline Aharonian Marcom’s A Brief History of Yes this month.


A couple of good pieces of news.  I had a short piece of fiction come out last month in Thrice Fiction.   Also I shepherded K. E. Semmel’s translation of of Simon Fruelund’s “Albatross” to publication over at Numéro Cinq.


Numéro Cinq posted my review of Stig Sæterbakken’s Self-Control this month. Also, two new stories were accepted in February—one in Thrice Fiction and another in REAL—and I’ll have a review of The Longest Race by Ed Ayres out in Pace Running Magazine later this Spring.  Surprised by how productive February turned out!