EXCITING NEWS: Some exciting new fiction and poetry are in the pipeline. Stay Tuned!
GREAT NEWS: English Kills Review just published an engrossing interview with Frank Cassese, the author of Ocean Beach.
BREAKING NEWS: NRP is proud to bring you Ocean Beach, by Frank Cassese (Published December 16, 2014)
"A wonderful read and a wild ride...Frank Cassese is the real deal and Ocean Beach is a great commanding warning shot over the bow of the literary world." - Neil LaBute, writer and director of Your Friends and Neighbors
"...Ocean Beach is horrifying and exhilarating in equal measure...the nihilism and despair beneath the surface will keep you awake..." - Michael Nelson, managing editor for Stereogum
"A harrowing character study of a dissolute young man destroyed by obsession..." - Kirkus Reviews
Purchase it now, or ask for it at your favorite bookstore.
COMING SOON: Ocean Beach, by Frank Cassese, is a searing psychological portrait of infatuation and longing. Kirkus Reviews thinks it is "A harrowing character study of dissolute young man destroyed by obsession..."
NEW NEWS: Read NRP's published collection of online anthology stories.
NEWS: Poetry Flyer contributor Will Schutt has won the 2012 Yale Series of Younger Poets Award. His first collection has been published by Yale University Press. You can find out more about it here.
NEWER NEWS: Kirkus Reviews thinks Midnight Month by Poem Kim has "Poetry by a vibrant young voice..."
NEWS: Matt Baker's Drag the Darkness Down has been reviewed in the American Book Review, the Oxford American, Newpages, and elsewhere. Matt has gone on to place work with the Cimarron Review, the Southern Humanities Review, the Santa Clara Review, and the Texas Review. Read an excerpt from his book on our "Books" page.
NEWS: Ryan Dilbert has been conducting a self-propelled tour following the release of Time Crumbling Like a Wet Cracker, which included an interview here and a reading here.
NEWS: William Walsh's "question" stories, previously featured on our online story archive, have found a home at Keyhole Press as part of a book-length collection. You can find out more here.
CRITICAL NEWS: DIAGRAM called Ben Segal "... a witty observer of people's awkward foibles" during the course of a thoughtful review of 78 Stories, which can be found here.
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