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Jordan A. Rothacker

Jordan A. Rothacker is a journalist, poet, essayist, and novelist living in Athens, Georgia where he received his PhD in Comparative Literature and MA in Religion. His work has appeared in periodicals like Exquisite Corpse, The Believer, Guernica, and Vegetarian Times. He has published three books: The Pit, and No Other Stories(Black Hill Press, 2015), And Wind Will Wash Away (Deeds, 2016), and My Shadow Book by Maawaam (Spaceboy Books, 2017).

In Conversation

The Disintegrations: ALISTAIR McCARTNEY with Jordan A. Rothacker

Over the last two years I have lost nine friends. I don’t mean lost in some Facebook “unfriend” way (see middle school cafeteria if you’re unfamiliar with the social media outlet), but lost as in passed away. I’m forty now so I guess it might be understandable that my childhood friends are dropping off.

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