About J.S. DeYoung

J.S. DeYoung is a writer based in Atlanta, Georgia. His fiction has appeared The Los Angeles Review, New Orleans Review, and Best American Mystery Stories, and he is the author of Waiting for the Miracle, forthcoming from The Cupboard Pamphlet in 2020. His reviews have appeared in a range of venues including Music and Literature, 3:AM Magazine, and Numéro Cinq. Other work can be found at jasondeyoung.com and he also tweets @J_DeYoung.
 

Something That Was Almost Nothing About Something That Was Almost Something

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J.S. DeYoung reviews Jung Young Moon’s Seven Samurai Swept Away in a River (trans. Yewon Jung).

 

I Didn’t Want to Talk About Literature Before Having Sex

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J.S. DeYoung reviews Lina Wolff’s The Polyglot Lovers (trans. Saskia Vogel).

 

An Indecipherable Design

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J.S. DeYoung reviews Amparo Dávila’s The Houseguest (trans. Audrey Harris and Matthew Gleeson)

 

Of Mingling and Middles

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J.S. DeYoung reviews Mathias Énard’s Tell Them of Battles, Kings, and Elephants (trans. Charlotte Mandell).