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D.Z. Stone

D.Z. Stone is the author of No Past Tense, the biography of two Holocaust survivors, and A Fairy Tale Unmasked, about a German teacher and his students who uncover their town’s hidden Nazi past. Her articles have appeared in the New York Times and Newsday. She writes about the fall of Saigon in a forthcoming issue of the Foreign Service Journal. A graduate of the College of William & Mary, she holds a Masters from Columbia University.

In Conversation

Mark Wish and Elizabeth Coffey with D.Z. Stone

How does a two-person small press operating in a small apartment on Manhattan’s Upper West Side achieve so much success so quickly? I asked Wish and Coffey about that, and about other aspects of Coolest American Stories that distinguish it from other nationally distributed short story anthologies, such as why they respond to submissions the way they do, and how working together on Coolest has impacted their marriage.


The Brooklyn Rail

SEPT 2023

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