Martin Seay’s short fiction has appeared in Gargoyle, the Gettysburg Review, and Joyland.
His nonfiction has appeared in The Believer and MAKE.
His writing is also included in the following anthologies:
- Alice Redux: New Stories of Alice, Lewis, and Wonderland
- Kiss the Sky: Fiction and Poetry Starring Jimi Hendrix
- BOOMTOWN: Explosive Writing from Ten Years of the Queens University of Charlotte MFA Program
- MAKE X: A Decade of Literary Art
Essays related to THE MIRROR THIEF have appeared in Publishers Weekly, Electric Literature, Necessary Fiction, Literary Hub, and Largehearted Boy, and on Kelcey Parker Ervick’s blog and the Melville House website.
Martin has respectively contributed essays about the songs “No Myth” by Michael Penn and “Heaven Tonight” by Yngwie J. Malmsteen to 2017’s March Fadness (a single-elimination bracket-style tournament intended to determine the greatest one-hit wonder of the 1990s) and 2018’s March Shredness (same deal, only for the greatest song of the hair-metal era).
Martin also writes—infrequently, but often at great length—about arts and culture on his blog, New Strategies for Invisibility.