John McIntyre

John McIntyre has written for The American Scholar, The Economist, Brick: A Literary Journal, and the Los Angeles Review of Books, among other publications. He was born and raised in Tennessee, and now lives in New Jersey, home of America’s best Portuguese food. Follow him on Twitter @jtmcntyr. 


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Out of the Gutter

He walked slowly along Wharf, came onto Vernon Street, then walked west on Vernon toward home. The slimy water in the ...


Finer Dining Through Chemistry
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