Kate McIntyre is the author of the story collection Mad Prairie, which won the Flannery O’Connor Award and is forthcoming in September 2021 from University of Georgia Press. She is an assistant professor of English at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, where she edits the Worcester Review. She is at work on a novel with collaborator Joe Aguilar.
Jun 02 2021
Review: May I Be Frank? Further Hideous Progeny of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein
May I Be Frank? Further Hideous Progeny of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein Kate McIntyre Frankenstein in Bagdad by Ahmed Saadawi, Jonathan Wright trans. Penguin Books, 2018, 281 pp., $16 (paper). Frankissstein
Jul 25 2017
Book Review: Putting on the Dog
Putting on the Dog: Canine Characterization in Fiction and Nonfiction Shiloh by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor. Atheneum, 2000, 144 pp., $7.99 (paper). My Dog Tulip by J. R. Ackerley. NYRB Classics, 1999,
Jul 15 2015
The Desert Island Novel: A Small Place for Big Characters
Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe. Signet Classic, 2008, 322 pp., $5.95 (paper). Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson. Modern Library Classics, 2001, 240 pp., $11.99. Robinson by Muriel Spark. New
Jun 01 2009
A Conversation with Benjamin Percy
Believability is in minutiae, those small details that rise up. If you’re referencing a sunset-Chekov points this out-it’s often a waste of language to talk about things generally: the way the sunlight filters through the sky and over the forest. Instead focus on a bunch of broken glass on the ground. . .