Volume XXXVII | Number 4
Selections from our latest issue available now:
Poems by William Stobb and Elizabeth Spires;
An excerpt from a story by Lily Tuck;
An excerpt from an essay by Derek Mong.
“. . . if a working writer hopes to have regular eating days, then just about every day has to be a writing day.”
Don’t miss our editors’ picks for 2015’s best summer reads!
“I try to pause a couple times a day and just see where my attention is, and just look there fully, when it occurs to me. I might be driving, or talking, or watching the news, or dressing, or whatever.”
everybody gets a car!
on the airport TV Oprah is jumping up + down + screaming
so it is about stuff after all
the poor know there’s no romance in poverty
+ this is America after all
Whenever Agu tried to remember the day they fled Jos, he remembered grief: a sadness that his dog could not come with them. He also remembered that they left in the thick of night. He remembered a darkness he could…
Given its location, it isn’t astounding what periodic international uproar the Guantánamo Detainee Library has generated.
If any writer deliberately proceeded throughout his career to almost ensure his work would be ignored by critics and publishers, it would have to be Harold Jaffe.
Garret Keizer is the author of eight books, the most recent of which is Getting Schooled (Metropolitan, 2014). A contributing editor of Harper’s Magazine, he has also written for Agni, Lapham’s Quarterly, New York Times, and Virginia Quarterly Review. An…
Summer Reading Recommendations from the Kenyon Review!
Poetry Editor David Baker on “Why I Chose It,” Fiction Editor Caitlin Horrocks creates a new story out of lines from past pieces, and so much more!
Why We Chose It by Caitlin Horrocks, featured fiction and poetry from our archives, and more!