John Flynn-York writes fiction, essays, and book reviews. His work has appeared in the Los Angeles Review of Books, The Rumpus, Fiction Advocate, Charge Magazine, and other places. With Eli Ryder, he coedits Automata, an online literary magazine that features genre-bending fiction. He has also worked as an editor for Please See Me, a literary journal focused on health and healthcare narratives, and was previously the fiction editor of The Coachella Review. He holds a Master of Fine Arts in Fiction from UC Riverside–Palm Desert.
“Shard.” Charge Magazine.
“Monsters Are Fun: Talking with Clinton Crockett Peters.” The Rumpus.
Graffiti Palace by A. G. Lombardo. Los Angeles Review of Books.
Strangers in Budapest by Jessica Keener. The Coachella Review.
The Ruins of Kasch by Roberto Calasso. Fiction Advocate.
Belladonna by Daša Drndić. The Rumpus.
A Field Guide to the North American Family by Garth Risk Hallberg. Fiction Advocate.
The Seventh Function of Language by Laurent Binet. The Coachella Review.
Borne by Jeff Vandermeer. Fiction Advocate.
Literature Class, 1980 by Julio Cortázar. The Rumpus.
French Quarter Beautification Project by C. W. Cannon. The Coachella Review.
Universal Harvester by John Darnielle. The Rumpus.
33 Revolutions by Canek Sánchez Guevara. The Rumpus.
Compartment No. 6 by Rosa Liksom. The Rumpus.
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