Martha Anne Toll ’s nonfiction has appeared in the Millions, NPR, Heck, [PANK], the Nervous Breakdown, Tin House blog, Bloom, Narrative, and the Washington Independent Review of Books; her fiction in Slush Pile Magazine, Vol.1 Brooklyn, Yale’s Letters Journal, Poetica E Magazine, Referential Magazine, Inkapture Magazine, and Wild. Her novel in process, represented by the Einstein Literary Agency, was shortlisted for the 2016 Mary Rinehart Roberts fiction prize. She directs a social-justice foundation focused on preventing and ending homelessness and abolishing the death penalty. Please visit her at marthaannetoll.com and tweet to her at @marthaannetoll.
16 entries by Martha Anne Toll
By Lauren Groff
An inventive tale of one marriage told from two very different perspectives.
In this novel a fractured family struggles with loss, personal misery, and the many secrets its members harbor.
In this documentary novel Dieter Schlesak exposes Nazi pharmacist Victor Capesius and the monstrous perversion of his profession.
Modern relationships in San Francisco, under the spell of Queen Titania from “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.”
Nathacha Appanah (Translated from the French by Geoffrey Strachan)
Adrift together in a sea of inhumanity: Appanah showcases a virtually unknown part of the Jewish experience during World War II.