An Excerpt from To Feel Things and Their Names
The Rabbit Is Not A Strong Gamble
As If by Dana Levin
Over weeks of daily bird-watching, he noticed a sharp decline in the numbers of brown thrashers and tufted titmice. . .
Read an excerpt from the novel Traveling in the Direction of the Shadow by Iana Boukova, translated from the Bulgarian by Ekaterina Petrova. This excerpt…
as genuinely interested in the pursuit of wisdom as she is resigned to the belief that she will never achieve it. . .
The three poems I have translated mark the beginning and end of our affair. . .
Brian and I sat down in an office room at Washington University in St. Louis to discuss his career, his influences, the power (and limits) of fiction, and his upcoming projects.
Solomon and I sat down to discuss writing rituals, the particularity of black Philadelphia, and disgruntlement as a rite of passage.
Tiana Clark on her debut poetry collection and how to structure a poem, a book, an essay, a writing life.
Said if he didn’t put the spoon back he would call the manager. He replied what spoon? . . .Read More
I want a bridge fifteen thousand pedes long and twelve hundred pedes wide—one that floats atop the Bay of Baiae on which I shall…Read More
We rode for two days straight into the high country up where the commas stopped growing and there was nothing but scrub brush and rocks . . .Read More
Read these self-help books and you won’t believe what will happen next!Read More
Floor map of the Dance Academy, including path to the witches’ quarters (as illustrated by footsteps) . . .Read More
And God said, “Let there be light.” Which surprised me, since I know God gets migraines too. And God said, “Let there be man…Read More