Timothy Kenny

Timothy Kenny is a former newspaper foreign editor, nonprofit foundation executive, Fulbright scholar, and college journalism professor. He has traveled widely throughout the Balkans, Western Europe and Central Asia, including Afghanistan, and has lived and worked in Romania and Kosovo. His narrative nonfiction has appeared in The Louisville Review, The Gettysburg Review, Irish Pages (Belfast), The Kenyon Review Online, Green Mountains Review, and elsewhere. A collection of his nonfiction stories is forthcoming from Milo Press in spring 2015.

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Brett Sigurdson interviews Tim Kenny

Our nonfiction editor, Brett Sigurdson, recently spoke with Tim Kenny, author of Issue #3’s “A Month In a Far Country: Azerbaijan, November 2013.” Here’s what Tim had to say about his writing, his travels through often lands often overlooked, and the evolving nature of journalism…Read more

Nonfiction: Issue #3

A Month in a Far Country

by Timothy Kenny

It takes about 10 days of teaching before I realize the chaos of Baku’s streets has decamped to my classroom. Our accents have begun to make sense to each other: the pronunciations less confusing, the awkward syntax mentally transposed. But asking a question…Read more