A Political and Literary Forum
New poetry from Andre Bradley, Barbara Claire Freeman, Maureen N. McLane, Gabrielle Calvocoressi, and Amy King.
Morgan Parker's intimate poems complicate the public discourse on black women.
Remembering John Ashbery
Lily Blacksell talks to Luke Kennard about poetry, fiction, and the writing process.
Lily Blacksell, Luke Kennard
The personal essay is not dead, but has it traded politics for style?
Walden is often championed as an anti-technology manifesto. But this misses the value Thoreau found in conversations spread across vast spans of time and distance.
Mónica de la Torre’s new book, The Happy End / All Welcome, is expansive, inventive, and often hilarious.
The collected poems of Frank Bidart provide an incisive index of the latter half of the twentieth century.
From scrapbooks to family albums, the people of Kashmir have recorded their history in photographs. A new book presents their visual testimonies.
On the poetry of Melissa Range.
Junot Díaz interviews Margaret Atwood about The Handmaid's Tale, political dystopias, and Drake.
Margaret Atwood, Junot Díaz
A new generation of young Polish novelists has turned to dystopia to express Poland's cultural and economic contradictions.
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