Brilliant Corners is a Very Cool Cat
Interview by Becky Tuch
If your literary magazine were a meal, what would it be?
Red beans & rice
Which statement best describes your editorial process?
A) We look for poems that are well-crafted and stories that have complex characters and original themes B) We look for prose that pulls us in on the first sentence and holds us for the rest of the day C) We look for prose that makes us unwittingly elicit strange noises >>>D) All of the above
What three words come to mind when you hear the phrase, "Experimental prose"?
Next question, please
What three words come to mind when you hear the word, "Plot"?
Accurate lead sheet
What excites you most about editing a literary journal?
The language of music
If your lit-mag were a form of transportation, what would it be?
The A train
What is the biggest contradiction in your personal literary tastes?
Dixieland and Free Jazz
Why should a writer submit to your magazine over the hundreds of others?
No other literary journal in the country focuses on jazz-related literature
Becky Tuch is the founding editor of The Review Review.