ABOUT the author
D. Foy has had work published or forthcoming in Bomb, Frequencies: Volume 3, Post Road, The Literary Review, and The Georgia Review. His story, "Barnacles of the Fuzz," appeared in Forty New Stories: New Writing from Harper Perennial, edited by Cal Morgan. An essay on the American laundromat will appear in Snorri Bros.'s Laundromat, an homage in photographs to laundromats throughout New York City, available from powerHouse Books.
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Made to Break
"One of the best debuts of 2014, Foy’s menacing and cerebral look at friendship and dealing with the past, reads like what we’d imagine a Stanley Kubrick rewrite of a script by Denis Johnson might look like."
Q&A with D. Foy | 1/16/2013
We talk with D. Foy about the meaning of Loony Toons, Faulkner, and krumping (in that order), and more. Read on!
LitReactor: 10 Questions with 'Made to Break' Author D. Foy | 4/7/2014
LitReactor quizzes D. Foy about royalty checks, Amazon, and why writers need an ass like leather...
The Rumpus interview with D. Foy | 6/12/2014
Joshua Mohr for The Rumpus interviews D. Foy about style and rhythm in his writing, using a fixed setting to his advantage, and more!
Vol. 1 Brooklyn interviews D. Foy | 4/2/2014
Tobias Carroll for Vol. 1 Brooklyn interviews D. Foy about his writing process, the history behind Made to Break, vampires, and more!
Otherppl Podcast interview with D. Foy | 3/26/2014
Hear D. Foy discuss his his debut novel Made to Break with Brad Listi.