S. Kirk Walsh

S. Kirk Walsh’s nonfiction and fiction have appeared in Guernica, The New York Times Book Review, The New York Times, San Francisco Chronicle, The Boston Globe, Los Angeles Review of Books, among many other print and online publications. She is a founder of Austin Bat Cave, a writing and tutoring center for kids. Currently, Walsh is at work on a novel. She can be found on twitter: @skirkwalsh.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

An Interview with Rick Moody

In his new novel "Hotels of North America," Rick Moody unspools a narrative from a series of online hotel reviews penned by a broken-down, middle-aged man....


Brief Lives: The Short Stories of Julie Hayden
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