Tyler C. Gore

Tyler C. Gore

Tyler C. Gore, a native New Yorker, received an MFA in Creative Writing from Brooklyn College, and has taught at Brooklyn College, Hunter College, and for Gotham Writers Workshop. His essays, short fiction and columns have appeared in many publications, including Literal Latte,MeThreeLungfullOpium MagazineThe AmericanThe Fire Island Express, and Rosebud. He has been cited four times as a Notable Essayist by The Best American Essays annual anthology, as well as a citation from The Best American Non-Required Reading anthology. He is the recipient of a Fulbright Scholarship for Creative Writing. He is also a graphic and web designer. 

He currently serves as editor and Art Director of Literal Latte, an online literary journal based in New York City.


6 entries by Tyler C. Gore

Book Review

The Millionaire and the Bard: Henry Folger’s Obsessive Hunt for Shakespeare’s First Folio

The riveting tale of a Standard Oil executive determined to amass one of the world's most important literary collections.

Feature

An Interview with Sarah Stodola

In her new book, the journalist chronicles how famous scribes do what they do (or did what they did).

Book Review

The Reagan Era: A History of the 1980s

This comprehensive work is an indispensable resource for anyone seeking to understand the politics of a pivotal decade.

Book Review

The Land of Steady Habits: A Novel

This funny, bittersweet debut follows the downward spiral of a Connecticut retiree trying to break free from the daily grind.

Book Review

The Luminaries: A Novel

By Eleanor Catton

The Luminaries: A Novel

This sprawling Victorian mystery, winner of the Man Booker Prize, weaves together a labyrinthine plot, an enormous cast and a complex astrological scheme.

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Interview with Ben Miller

There are many memoirs of unhappy childhoods spent in dysfunctional families, but rarely have they been penned by a writer gifted with such energy and breadth of vision as Ben Miller's sprawling new memoir, River Bend Chronicle: The Junkification of a Boyhood Idyll Amid the Curious Glory of Urban Iowa.