Author Archives: emilycchoate

Review of Trouble the Waters

I’m so pleased that I had the chance to review Trouble the Waters: Tales from the Deep Blue—an adventurous new anthology of speculative fiction about our world’s bodies of water and our myriad relationships to them. It’s a fascinating book, … Continue reading

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New Fiction up at storySouth

I’m thrilled to share that a piece of my short fiction, “Field School,” appears in the new issue of storySouth! I’ve read this journal for a long time, so seeing my gal in their “pages” is a special pleasure. For … Continue reading

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Review of New Louise Erdrich Novel

Every time I review a Louise Erdrich book, I learn something new about what gifts novels can give us, how they can expand and concentrate our understanding. Today, my review of Erdrich’s new novel, The Sentence, is up at Chapter … Continue reading

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New Feature on Environmental Writing in TN

I’ve written for Chapter 16 for a long time, but I’ve have never had the chance to write a piece like this. Here, in “Among the Pollinators,” I wanted to discover how TN writers are engaging with our environment, particularly … Continue reading

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Review of New Richard Powers Novel

I’m so glad I had the chance to review the new Richard Powers’ novel, Bewilderment, out tomorrow from W.W. Norton. Thank you, Chapter 16! From my review (read it here): “Though Bewilderment is intergalactic in scale, the heart of this … Continue reading

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Review of New Maggie Shipstead Novel

I was so grateful to review Maggie Shipstead’s new book, Great Circle, for Chapter 16. I love this expansive, adventurous novel, and I hope it finds oceans of readers. My review’s up at Chapter 16 today.

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New Short Fiction at Rappahannock Review

I couldn’t be more excited to share that a piece of my short fiction, “The Mouth on Her,” appears today in the new issue of the Rappahannock Review. I’ve got a special affection for this story, and she looks pleased … Continue reading

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Review of Anjali Enjeti’s Debut Novel

I’m so pleased that I was able to review Anjali Enjeti’s debut novel, The Parted Earth, for Chapter 16. This novel ranges over decades as it portrays the traumatic legacy that millions of people endured during and after India’s Partition … Continue reading

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Review of New Natalie Standiford Novel

For my latest Chapter 16 review, I wrote about Natalie Standiford’s novel, Astrid Sees All. Set in the storied Manhattan art and club scene of the early 1980s, this novel follows an intense friendship between two young women whose desire … Continue reading

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New Review of J. Nicole Jones Memoir

I’m happy to share my review of J. Nicole Jones’ debut memoir, Low Country, for Chapter 16. Though on the face of it, Jones’ subject matter—a troubled chain of family dynamics set amid a story-rich background of Southern landscape and … Continue reading

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