Tottenville Review is a collaborative of authors, reviewers, and translators, dedicated to finding and writing about new voices in literature. While open to reviewing and interviewing even the most established, their primary focus will be debut books, or books by relatively new authors, including works in translation published in the US for the first time.
The first issue includes interviews with Porochista Khakpour (Sons and Other Flammable Objects), Saïd Sayrafiezadeh (When Skateboards Will be Free), and Rivka Galchen (Atmospheric Disturbances). In upcoming issues interviews are planned with John Wray (Lowboy), Jeff Rotter (The Unknown Knowns), Josh Weil (The New Valley), and Nam Le (The Boat).
Tottenville Review will be published quarterly with a simple goal: to contribute to the dialogue and to spread awareness of new, promising authors.