Quarterly Journal: No. 32, 10th Anniversary Issue
Read online exclusives from our Print Quarterly Journal, browse the table of contents. Become a member to get access to new print and digital issues year-round.
VIEW THIS ISSUE →
Liberal Icon or Right-Wing Renegade?
Stephen Rohde reviews Samantha Barbas’s new biography, “The Rise and Fall of Morris Ernst, Free Speech Renegade.”...
Hernán Hoyos: The Sex Scribe of Cali
Kurt Hollander profiles the pioneering Hernán Hoyos, a breaker of literary taboos in Cali, Colombia....
Ride or Die? Mark Bould and the Fast-and-Furiocene
Alison Sperling makes her way through “The Anthropocene Unconscious,” the new book by Mark Bould....
An Eye for Talent
I wanted to write a memoir but the connective tissue of the memoir didn't interest me. I wanted to render memories that would pop up like mushrooms and quickly vanish. I owe much to where I was raised, in a black ...
“Is Not a Face Quite Different from a Mask?”: Molière at 400
Robert Zaretsky unmasks the continuing relevance of Molière....
Gary Shteyngart’s “Our Country Friends”
In a special LARB Book Club episode of the Radio Hour, Boris Dralyuk and Medaya Ocher ask Gary Shteyngart about his latest novel, “Our Country Friends.”...
“Trickery Wrapped in Spittle Inside a Militia”: On Anne Garréta’s “In Concrete”
An absurdist psychosexual satire about how a father’s dangerous mania for mixing concrete....
Deserving the Unspeakable: On Larry Baker’s “Wyman and the Florida Knights”
Nicole VanderLinden takes on Larry Baker’s newest novel, “Wyman and the Florida Knights.”...