We stand in solidarity with the uprising unfolding across the country following the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Tony McDade, Nina Pop, Jamel Floyd, and those affected by generations of structural violence against Black communities.

We're putting together a list of resources for self-education, mutual aid, and ongoing action in the struggle for racial justice.

Search View Archive

Matthew Daddona

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 BOMBJoylandThe Southampton ReviewTuesday: An Art Project, and Forklift, Ohio.

In Conversation

LAUREN GROFF with Matthew Daddona

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”).

The Status is Quo

Matthew Frazier’s *****Original Message***** doesn’t try to mystify, confuse, or control, and that’s a good thing in a world as ironically detached as ours.

Inscriptions for Headstones

Matthew Vollmer’s essay collection reads more like a group of experiments in form and narrative structure than one of essays


The Brooklyn Rail

JUL-AUG 2020

All Issues