Becky Tuch is the editor-in-chief of The Review Review. Since founding the website in 2008, she has spoken about her love of literary magazines with The Somerville News, Writer's Relief, The National Writing Project, and Ploughshares. In 2011 and 2012 The Review Review was listed by Writer's Digest Magazine as one of "101 Best Websites for Writers".
She has received literature fellowships from The MacDowell Colony and the Somerville Arts Council. Her fiction has won awards from Moment Magazine, Glimmer Train, Briar Cliff Review, Byline Magazine, and The Tennessee Writers Alliance, and has been short-listed for a Pushcart Prize. She has published stories, essays and reviews in numerous literary magazines including Virginia Quarterly Review, Hobart, Eclipse, Folio, Night Train, Quarter After Eight, Xenith, Ibbetson Street Press, HTMLGiant, and elsewhere. In 2011, 2012 and 2013 her work was included in The Drum's audio stories at The Boston Book Festival. In addition to founding The Review Review, she is one of the founders of the writing and publishing blog, Beyond the Margins.