JAMES TATE HILL   |   OTHER WRITING

OTHER WRITING


I wrote an essay, “On Being a Writer Who Can’t Read,” for Literary Hub.


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One of my short stories, “Miss Nisker’s Health Class,” published in Story Quarterly 45, can be read here.


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I wrote about the complicated role of place in my writing at The Mantle.


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I wrote about my first big failure for The Quivering Pen.


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“Try to Imagine What Silence Looks Like,” an essay I wrote about Prince and what he meant to me, was published by Barrelhouse.


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AUTHORS I'VE INTERVIEWED


Andrew Ervin READ THE INTERVIEW
Holly Goddard Jones READ THE INTERVIEW
Keith Lee Morris READ THE INTERVIEW
Michael Parker READ THE INTERVIEW
Kevin Wilson READ THE INTERVIEW






BOOK REVIEWS


Shark Girls by Jaimee Wriston Colbert


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Drowned Boy by Jerry Gabriel


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American Morons by Glen Hirschberg


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This Is Not Your City by Caitlin Horrocks


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Light Without Heat by Matthew Kirkpatrick


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Toward You by Jim Krusoe


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The Ask by Sam Lipsyte


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After the Workshop by John McNally


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The Creepy Girl and Other Stories by Janet Mitchell


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The Nobodies Album by Carolyn Parkhurst


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Not on Fire, Only Dying by Susan Rukeyser


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