-This essay by Laura Spence-Ash at CRAFT Literary examines two stories fromWarnings from the Future and how they use fragments for their narrative structure  

-At Necessary Fiction, Avee Chaudhuri writes in his review that “Warnings from the Future, cover to cover, is a fantastic collection…. Chatagnier’s prose is at once elegant and conversational. More importantly, his characters are recognizable figures attempting to grapple with the world in constructive and thoughtful ways. What Chatagnier ultimately offers are insightful portraits of employees, grieving family members, decent cops, students and neighbors, i.e. real stakeholders in society, searching dearly for the humanity lost in the system. It is an enviable debut.”

-At The Millions, I wrote an essay called “When the Wreckage is in the Writer: On Creating Death and Disaster.” It’s an appreciation of David Means, and a consideration of this strange line from his collection Assorted Fire Events: “I don’t want anyone to die in my stories anymore.”

-I wrote this guest post for the Cincinnati Review blog about difficult-to-play and unplayable piano compositions: https://www.cincinnatireview.com/contributor/ethan-chatagnier-on-unplayable-music/

-Soniah Kamal interviewed me about my story "Every Face Was in the Crowd" for the Five Points blog: http://fivepoints.gsu.edu/confab-contributor-ethan-chatagnier/