Pete Tosiello’s literary criticism has appeared in the Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times, The Kenyon Review, The Village Voice, The Outline, the Washington City Paper, The Awl, and Full Stop. He has written music and culture features for SPIN, Vice, Forbes, LA Weekly, Brooklyn Magazine, FLOOD Magazine, and The Atlantic. He lives in New York City and works in technology.
Hells Angels and Other Role Models: Robert Anthony Siegel’s “Criminals”
“Criminals” is Robert Anthony Siegel’s account of his New York City childhood as the son of an unscrupulous defense attorney....
City as Campus: A Conversation with B. G. Firmani
Pete Tosiello talks to B. G. Firmani about her debut novel, "Time's a Thief."...
Belated Hurrah: A Wake for Edwin O’Connor
Pete Tosiello holds a wake for the great Irish-American novelist Edwin O’Connor....
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