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July’s full moon seems to have a different texture, not chalk or concrete or glassy pear, but waxy, sweet, like nougat, like taffy.
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In an excerpt from Lizzy Stewart’s debut graphic novel, ‘It’s Not What You Thought It Would Be,’ two childhood friends recall the simple pleasures of their adolescence.
Our monthly column Feminize Your Canon explores the lives of underrated and underread female authors.
Photo courtesy of Suzan-Lori Parks.
There are few living writers—and fewer playwrights—as celebrated, cited, and studied as Suzan-Lori Parks. In three decades, Parks has become a staple of both the American theater and university syllabi, with a body of work that includes nineteen works for the stage— including a reboot of Porgy and Bess and a cycle of 365 short plays—widely read essays on style and form, three films, a novel, and a TV series inspired by the life of Aretha Franklin. She has r…
This week, we've lowered the paywall on Richard Pinsky’s Art of Poetry interview, a short story by Shruti Swamy, and two poems by Helena Kaminski.
Cooking up recipes drawn from the works of various writers.
Toni Morrison, Philip Roth, Jason Alexander, Charlotte Rampling, Danez Smith, Sarah Manguso, Salman Rushdie, Molly Ringwald, Jenny Slate, Devendra Banhart, and more
4 (Sunday Finding), 2018, tree bark and branches, 16 ½ x 9 ¾ x 4 ½".