In the interest of promoting Zinsky
the Obscure, my Pushcart-nominated
debut novel (buy
it here), I'm devoting this space to Zinsky
news. For just a few more weeks. In July I'll start
writing kick-ass literary essays again.
last bit of news on the Zinsky
There are flattering
reviews of Zinsky
Publishers Weekly and Kirkus
Reviews. Comparisons to Dickens and
Fitzgerald, I kid you not.
Another great review is on
Comparisons to Garp
and Don Quixote
and A Confederacy
of Dunces. Better still, DigBoston
also published a Q&A with me.
The Boston Globe
in its Sunday "Word
on the Street" column.
Boston's NPR Station named
one of its "Good Reads For The Summer." (The
summer of 2013.)
short story "Being Blind."
For more: Bounce over to the Zinsky
Ilan Mochari is the author of the
Pushcart-nominated debut novel Zinsky
the Obscure (Fomite Press, 2013).
The novel earned rave reviews from Publishers
Weekly, Booklist, and Kirkus. It was also
featured in the Boston
Globe and on Boston's NPR station. His
short stories have appeared in Keyhole,
Midway Journal. Another
story received an honorable mention in a Glimmer
Train competition. He
has a B.A. in English from Yale University.