“This ‘magazine for people who love books’ distinguishes itself in the quality of its short fiction and illustrations. New works by mostly established writers include many in translation, giving Coffin Factory a distinctly international vibe. Many of the illustrations are depictions of new works currently on display in a gallery. All this gives Coffin Factory a classy freshness sure to be enjoyed by anyone who appreciates contemporary arts and literature.”  —The Library Journal

“A brilliantly imagined, highly readable, and important new literary magazine with the most incongruous title.”
—Joyce Carol Oates

“The Coffin Factory publishes writing that appeals to the folks who spend all their free time roaming around bookstores, clicking through literary blogs, and tinkering away at their own writing projects. These are the people who will love this magazine.” —The Rumpus

“The Coffin Factory offers crisp, interesting writing in a familiar vein, but also offers a sampling of outliers for readers whose inclinations might lie in different styles and directions.” —New Pages

The Coffin Factory has that well-oiled, velvety feel of a magazine that has earned its spot in the stacks, while also pushing some buttons and attempting to bridge the gap between old and emerging technologies. ” —The Review Review

∆ •  Interview in Volume 1 Brooklyn

∆ •  A ‘Literary Heir’ in The New York Times Magazine

∆ •  A ‘favorite discovery’ in the Los Angeles Times

∆ •  Brooklyn Magazine – Brooklyn 20 

∆ •  Interview in The L Magazine

∆ •  Interview in The Brooklyn Rail

∆ •  Interview in Conversations with Writers 

∆ •  Interview in Books on the Nightstand

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