MARTIN OTT, a former U.S Army interrogator, currently lives in Los Angles with his wife and two children and still finds himself asking a lot of questions. His fiction and poetry have appeared in nearly 100 publications, including Confrontation Magazine, Harvard Review, The Literary Review, New Letters, Prairie Schooner and Zyzzyva, and he has optioned several screenplays. He has been nominated for two Pushcart prizes and his manuscript “Children of Interrogation” has been a finalist or semi-finalist in more than a dozen poetry prizes. His book The Interrogatort’s Notebook is now available.
Martin’s work for Referential
- The Interrogator’s Last Question – fiction
- Review: Folding Water - non-fiction
- Upon Examining the Newly Hatched Egg that Flew 108 Times Around the World - poem