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Andrew Cotto

Andrew Cotto is the author of The Domino Effect and Outerborough Blues: A Brooklyn Mystery. He has been published in the New York Times, the Huffington Post, Men's Journal, Salon.com, Deadspin, Teachers & Writers Magazine, and the Good Men Project. He has an M.F.A. in Creative Writing from The New School. He lives in Brooklyn, NY.

Call Me Harry

The only troubling thing about Richard Price’s excellent new novel, The Whites, is the curious use of a pseudonym, or—in this case—a quasi-one.

Visitation Street

In her second novel, Visitation Street, author Ivy Pachoda stages an urban opera within the confines of a waterfront neighborhood in mid-aughts Brooklyn.

In Conversation

SAM CABOT with Andrew Cotto

Full disclosure: I know, respectively, Carlos Dews and S.J. Rozan—the duo known as Sam Cabot, the nom de plume behind the new novel Blood of the Lamb. Carlos is an academic and an international authority on Carson McCullers; S.J. is an Edgar-winning author of Ghost Hero and twelve other novels.


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