Alex Norcia

Alex Norcia lives in Brooklyn, and his writing has appeared or is forthcoming in The MillionsElectric LiteratureThe RumpusSlantWord Riot, Eclectica, and elsewhere. His day job is at night: he works in the evening as a News Assistant on the International desk at The New York Times.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Pure Jersey

Alex Norcia talks to William Giraldi about his new memoir, "The Hero's Body," and what it means to grow up in New Jersey....


The Nine-Fingered Man

"The Other Joseph" is meticulously structured as a book within a book, a journey of two brothers from Louisiana who live their adult lives apart....


The Fame Conspirators

"The Ghost Network," Catie Disabato's innovative and troubling debut novel, takes seriously the idea of a celebrity conspiracy theory....


War of the Imagination

The book’s title may at first sound like the name of a death metal band, but "The Infernal" is likely a portmanteau of "inferno" and "internal": an internalized and self-made hell-on-earth....


A Wishful Fear and a Fearful Wish
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