MATTHEW DADDONA is the editor of the Tottenville Review and a member of the improvisational spoken word group Flashpoint. His most recent writings have appeared in BOMB, Joyland, The Southampton Review, Tuesday: An Art Project, and Forklift, Ohio.
Lauren Groff, whose best-selling second novel, Arcadia, was released by Hyperion/Voice in March 2012 to unremitting praise, is a young author who certainly knows the value of a good story (and the modesty involved in admitting something is good).
Matthew Vollmers essay collection reads more like a group of experiments in form and narrative structure than one of essays
Matthew Fraziers *****Original Message***** doesnt try to mystify, confuse, or control, and thats a good thing in a world as ironically detached as ours.