Interviews

This Is a Landscape of Ghosts: An Interview with Allegheny Front Author Matthew Neill NullElectric Literature, 2016.

Living in a World with No Future: The Millions Interviews Matthew Neill NullThe Millions, 2016

Smith Henderson interviews Matthew Neill Null, Tin House, 2015

J.W. Bonner interviews Matthew Neill Null, Kirkus, 2015

A conversation with author Matthew Neill Null on WUNC's The State of Things with Frank Stasio, 2015

An interview with Matthew Neill NullWest Branch Wired, 2014

Jaimy Gordon interviews Matthew Neill NullAmerican Short Fiction, 2014

Excerpts from Honey from the Lion

Landowners, 1904, Literary Hub, 2015

Excerpt in American Short Fiction, 2015

Where Judges Walk, At Length, 2015

Stories

“All Was Fine” Harvard Review, 2016

“The Island in the Gorge of the Great River” Ecotone, 2014

“Gauley Season” West Branch, 2014, reprinted in The Best American Mystery Stories 2014 and Electric Literature's Recommended Reading2016.

“Destinations” Mississippi Review, 2014

"The Slow Lean of Time" American Short Fiction, 2014

“Mates” Minnesota Review, 2014

“Natural Resources” Baltimore Review, 2013, reprinted in Greenbrier Valley Quarterly, 2016, and Eyes Glowing at the Edge of the Woods: Fiction and Poetry from West Virginia, 2016

“Rocking Stone” Tin House, 2013

“Telemetry” Ploughshares, 2012

“Something You Can’t Live Without” Oxford American, reprinted in The PEN/O. Henry Prize Stories, 2011

Essays

Greatness Strikes Where It Pleases The Story Prize, 2016

The Lost Cosmonaut: On Joy Williams's 99 Stories of God" Oxford American, 2016

Writers from the Other Europe Catapult, 2016

Letter From West Virginia Paris Review Daily, 2016

Wanting to Die Guernica, 2016

No One is Writing the Real West Virginia: Why Rural Lives and Literature are in Crisis  Literary Hub, 2016

Black Ink: Henry de Montherlant's Novels” Paris Review Daily, 2015

A Lost Literary Legend of Iowa City: On Mark Costello, the Midwest, and The Murphy Stories Literary Hub, 2015

No Judgment, No Message, No Mercy: At Ninety-Five, Maria Beig Remains Deeply Underead in America” Paris Review Daily, 2015

“Matthew Neil Null’s Library: The Condominium of Oblivion” The Quivering Pen, 2015

“I Read Dead People: Eudora Welty and Failure” American Short Fiction, 2013

On Writing “Telemetry” Ploughshares blog, 2013

Recommended Reading from the Neglected Books Page, 2013