The Northville Review is named for Northville, CT — a town that Google thinks exists, but was never independently incorporated. We strive to publish work that tweaks, pokes, bends, and occasionally rolls its eyes at the everyday.
The Northville Review is a feed reader compatible publication, which means it can be easy to read at work on the sly. Our RSS feed is linked at the bottom of every page.
Our owner/proprietor is Erin Fitzgerald. She lives at Rarely Likable, and you can read more about her there.
The Northville Review also has associate editors who read submissions.
Whitney Freemesser is a graduate of Vassar College who hated poetry for Northville in 2009. Ms. Freemesser is the author of VH-1’s Behind the Music drinking game, excerpted at the New York Times, and I Am the Snake, Bite Bite Bite, a three act play starring staple removers. She also skates as Queen Kicktoria for Roc City Roller Derby, and lives in what was once known as the “Coney Island of Western New York.”
Bonnie ZoBell has received an NEA, a PEN Syndicated Fiction Award, the Capricorn Novel Award, and was included on Wigleaf’s 2009 Top 50 list for very short fiction. One of her stories was recently nominated for a Pushcart Prize by The Los Angeles Review, and other work has been published or is forthcoming in such magazines as Necessary Fiction, Blip, PANK, The Greensboro Review, Night Train, and Storyglossia. She received an MFA from Columbia, teaches at San Diego Mesa College, and can be reached at www.bonniezobell.com.
Contact us at northvillereview(at)gmail(dot)com.