SACHA IDELL

A 30-year old white cis man wearing a hat and sitting at a table.

Sacha Idell is a writer, editor, and translator from Northern California. His original fiction appears in Ploughshares, Gulf Coast, and Electric Literature's Recommended Reading, while his translations of the Japanese writers Kyusaku Yumeno and Toshiro Sasaki appear in Asymptote, Northwest Review, and World Literature Today. Stories he has acquired and edited for publication have been selected for inclusion in the Best American Short Stories, Pushcart Prize, and Pen America Best Debut Fiction anthologies. He is coeditor of The Southern Review and lives in Saint Paul, Minnesota.

WHAT I'M LOOKING FOR

Short fiction and nonfiction from eclectic perspectives.

SAMPLE TITLES OR AUTHORS

Nothing to See Here, Kevin Wilson
The Hole, Hiroko Oyamada
The Dangers of Smoking in Bed, Mariana Enriquez

The Southern Review publishes challenging literary fiction and nonfiction from across the south and around the globe, with a particular interest in the long short story and fiction from international perspectives.