THE WEBSITE: Tychy is a lusty champion of English Literature, publishing experimental middlebrow short fiction; book reviews and political essays; dialogues and Edinburgh Fringe theatre reviews; illustrations and cartoons; and literary criticism devoted to the American Renaissance, nineteenth-century magazine fiction, the traditional English ghost story, and popular children’s books. The website is based in Edinburgh, and it offers an occasional commentary on this city’s civic and cultural affairs.
THE AUTHOR: Zbigniew Tycienski (b.1974) grew up in south-east Poland. He graduated from the University of Silesia in Katowice with a degree in engineering, but after 1995 he left Poland and worked in Greece and Italy. In 2004 he migrated to the United Kingdom. After brief spells in York and London, he settled in Edinburgh.
THE EDITOR: James Mooney (b.1982) graduated from the University of Edinburgh in 2005 with a M.A. in History and English Literature. He graduated again from the same university in 2008 with a Masters in Science, whatever that is. His specialist subject is the magazine literature of Doctor William Maginn (1794-1842).
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