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December 13, 2015

The light here is of an intensity I’ve never experienced before; in the summer especially, it boggles the mind, and melts just about everything else.

reviewed by Rebecca Chace
December 12, 2015

Ferrante’s Neapolitan Quartet is complete with The Story of the Lost Child, making it possible to see the whole structure, which reveals itself in layers like Naples itself. . .

December 10, 2015

Elvis Bego and W. Ross Feeler discuss death, alchemy, Dante, religion, coming of age, the centrality of literature, and more.

December 10, 2015

NEA funds will support a special issue of contemporary Arabic fiction, as well as an education outreach program, The Common in the Classroom.

Photo Credit: Sue Kwon
December 8, 2015

I like to think that poems, being aware that they are poems, look at themselves and start to arrange, deepen, and intensify their own experience of being made.