Tim Fredrick

Tim Fredrick is a writer and teacher. His stories have appeared or are forthcoming in Pif Magazine, Circa, Wilde Magazine, Burningword, and Em Dash Literary Magazine. He is working on a collection of loosely connected short stories, called Adventures in Droneland, and regularly reads his work at the various reading series and open mics around Queens, NY. The founding editor of Newtown Literary, a semiannual literary journal focused on publishing the work of Queens writers and poets, he believes that the world is just now beginning to recognize the literary genius of Queens, NY.  For more information about Tim, please visit timfredrick.com. Follow Newtown Literary on Twitter @NewtownLiterary.


February 23, 2015

Writer's Notes is a series that invites writers to detail their projects at any stage in their process. Author Tim Fredrick discusses his short story collection We Regret to Inform You, and his approach to writing and collecting his own personal stories.


March 31, 2014

The world does not need another literary journal.

This might seem like an odd statement from someone who started a literary journal eighteen months ago. Perhaps I should add a “just” in that statement. The world does not need just another literary journal. It’s time for the literary journal to be more than just a book on a shelf or digital real estate on the Internet.