Weston Cutter is from Minnesota, roots for the Minnesota Twins, and is an assistant professor of English at the University of St Francis in Fort Wayne, IN. His work has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize for the last four years running, was awarded an AWP Intro Journal Award, was included in in Best New Poets 2008, and was an honorable mention in the 2009 Atlantic Monthly’s College Writing Contest. His book of stories, You’d Be a Stranger, Too, was published by BlazeVOX, his chapbook Plus or Minus was published by Greying Ghost, his chapbook (0,0) was released in September 2012 by Floating Wolf Quarterly, and his chapbook All Black Everything is coming shortly from New Michigan Press/DIAGRAM.
First review @ The Rumpus.
Second review @ The Collagist.
Third review @ The Star Tribune.
A Soundtrack @ Large Hearted Boy.
COVERAGE OF OTHER STUFF:
@Bomblog (just one q)
Blake Butler, Alan Heathcock, Patrick Somerville, Ben Percy, Matthea Harvey, Jim Shepard, Cate Marvin, Olena Kalytiak Davis, Bob Hicok (sorta—it’s a conversation about the word random), Jennifer Boyden, Matthew Zapruder, Joel Brouwer, Ed Skoog, Erika Meitner, Alex Lemon, George Pelecanos, John Gallaher (re: NewNewSpirituality//NewSincerity), Lily Brown (re: Stevens), Richard Buckner, Roxane Gay, Matt Hart, Jim Fingal + John D’Agata (re the brouhaha re their book The Lifespan of a Fact), Tupelo Hassman, Daniel Torday, Alix Ohlin, Jess Walter, Jensen Beach.
BADASS LIT JOURNALS (which coincidentally have published my work):
Barn Owl Review, Cave Wall, Copper Nickel, Eleven Eleven, Forklift, OH, The Gettysburg Review, Hayden’s Ferry Review, Harpur Palate, Hollins Critic, Interim, Indiana Review, Iron Horse Literary Review, The Literary Review, Lumberyard, Make, Mid-American Review, Ninth Letter, The Pinch, Ploughshares, Quarterly West, The Rattling Wall, Seneca Review, Southeast Review, Southern Review, Sugar House Review, Third Coast, Washington Square, West Branch, Willow Springs, Witness
An (old) Essay on DFWallace, finished in the summer of 2008 + un-updated since, arguing against the charge (now pretty thoroughly debunked and ignored) that Wallace was all head and not enough heart.
Notes on a Friday After a Very Bad Week, an old essay about the Virginia Tech shootings.