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Tony Tulathimutte

Tony Tulathimuttes writing has appeared or is forthcoming in The Threepenny Review, The American Reader, Cimarron Review, and Michigan Quarterly Review. He has received an O. Henry Award, a MacDowell Fellowship, a Jentel Arts Fellowship, a Truman Capote Fellowship, and a Pushcart Prize Special Mention. He works in New York.

New and upcoming books
September 2024

   Private Citizens (2016)
   Rejection (2024)
Tony Tulathimutte recommends
The Expat (2024)
Hansen Shi
"The Expat is, for starters, a first-rate novel of modern spycraft, complete with honeypots, dark web recruiters, triple agents, and international proxy wars. But it's also a brilliant novel about a certain brand of Asian-American thwartedness--how the thirst for recognition can make you vulnerable to your own self-mythology, and how people who are denied visibility may exploit their invisibility. Like a Tesla, The Expat is sleek, fast, and unexpectedly deadly, and Hansen Shi's talent is so giant that it's a bit suspicious... I wonder who he's working for?"
Worry (2024)
Alexandra Tanner
"Worry is an excellent, excellent comic novel, a proper laugh-until-you-cough onslaught of horrible manners, toxic relatives, internet vomit, and hilariously maimed pets. I've spent my whole life desperately trying not to say the stuff that comes out of these characters' mouths. A book that's impossible to read without annoying your friends with constant quotations. But who needs friends when you've got this book?"
The Book of Ayn (2023)
Lexi Freiman
"Infuriating, perverse, contrarian, scandalous, nihilistic, and very, very funny."

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