Dante Pettapiece

Dante Pettapiece (he/him/they/them) is a writer who believes strongly in the merits of a free and independent press, despite not being a journalistic type human himself. He is an English major currently focusing on creative writing, as well as an award-winning composer of classical-contemporary music. Outside of writing of all types, he is also enthusiastically curious about film photography, environmentalism, politics, postmodernism, and puzzles.

The Arthur Literary Review: A 2020 Holiday Listicle
Dante ties up the 2020 Arthur Literary Review with a beautiful bow. Take note of these readable recommendations for your friends, family, or for yourself.
The Bowlcut: Reconciliatory Cuddles
Reviewer extraordinaire, Dante Pettapiece, takes a break from LitCrit to try his hand at satire. In this hilarious yet poignant short story, Dante explores the aftermath of the 2020 American election, and how America could reset itself. Spoiler: there's a lot of tears and tenderness. You might even feel hopeful about the future!
The Arthur Literary Review: Atwood’s Poetic Justice
Dante Pettapiece's latest edition of the Arthur Literary Review responds to CanLit Titan Margaret Atwood's latest work, a collection of poems entitled 'Dearly'
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